Kula Initial Consultation Package

Kula Initial Consultation Package


Includes a 1-hour question & answer phone consultation, written recommendations, planning templates to help conceptualize your business and follow-up. Click on the image just above to read more...

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Please fill out the following Consultation Intake Form to schedule an hour-long follow-up question and answer phone session. In addition, please send a Google Maps link to your property by email to info@kulafarm.ca.

1 hour Phone Consultation

A Question & Answer period that will take your Consultation Intake Form into consideration as well as any relevant areas for design work. Use these key questions to assist you in preparing for the phone consultation:

  • What are the major obstacles in your farm business or homestead right now?
  • What weak links are you looking to address in production process?
  • What opportunities are you considering and feel unsure about?
  • What aspects of your production are you wishing evaluated?

Written recommendations

Custom recommendations sent via email to enhance your property, business productivity and improve your quality of life.

Planning templates to help conceptualize your business

Access to 3 PDF printable planning templates to help you better plan business enterprises, design your farm or property and brainstorm your farm systems.

Follow-Up Email

Have some follow up questions?  Accumulate them into one email and Zach will answer them as a follow up to our consult.

Topics for Design & Consultation

  •     orchards, food forests, edible landscaping, organic gardens
  •     purchasing the right plot of land
  •     fertility/nutrient management
  •     pest and disease management
  •     crop and variety selection
  •     prioritizing investments in infrastructure, equipment, storage facilities etc.
  •     incorporating permaculture principles into your operation (getting 5 uses out of every investment you make!)
  •     permaculture landscape design
  •     developing a loyal customer base
  •     marketing on-line, through farmer’s markets and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
  •     storing vegetables for optimal quality and freshness
  •     developing efficient systems for opening up new land, creating beds, weeding, harvesting, post-harvesting handling, storage etc.
  •     sourcing the materials and supplies required to set-up a commercial farm operation
  •     ergonomics of working on a farm to maintain optimal form and efficiency of motion
  •     budgets! budgets! budgets!
  •     time management and maintaining quality of life