Ava Farms Inc: Tree Farm in the Brazos Valley of South Texas
Note: Now that winter is almost upon us, it’s time to set up food and shelter for the wildlife in our areas [where typical feeding grounds may soon be covered up with ice and snow or where foliage will be going dormant once the first frost arrives.]
Whether you own half an acre, a small five acre spot, or several hundred acres, there are many ways to enrich the value of your land and to make money from your land while you still own it and/or live on it!
…in addition to making money from your country space, you can also create ways to “save” money along with increasing the value of your land. One popular way to save money is to set up a completely off-grid solar energy system [it’s also much less expensive that the typical solar energy providers will lead you to believe].
Be sure to check out the button on the left side of this web page entitled “Acreage Plans” for more details…
U.S. Gardening Zones
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Important! If you’re in gardening zones 6-10, winter is the perfect time to plant most trees, especially if they are dormant (as this gives the trees a chance to grow their root systems before the hot temperatures of summer arrive).
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