Consultation

Motivational Ecological Entrepreneurs

From a small family homestead in Scholls, Oregon, Tyler Boggs is a decorated veteran, fringe-farmer, committed father and teacher, Permaculturist and dedicated member of his community. His wife and fellow Army veteran, Elizabeth Boggs, has been homesteading since 2010 and uses her license as an RN and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner to help connect people back to the land and their health. For over 20 years, this couple has dedicated their life to helping protect the environment, and the rights of those less fortunate. 

Tyler and Liz have been teaching and coaching (professionally) since 2001, speaking to audiences of up to 10,000 at a time, trying to drive home one message: change MUST start with us.  With over 15 years of experience in business, Tyler and Liz are known not only as an authority in business and finance, but for their extensive knowledge of survival and homesteading, rainwater harvesting, agricultural biodiversity preservation, livestock management, and integrated ecological design.

Tyler’s background includes building financial organizations, leading creative educational programs for a wide range of institutions, and consulting on how to apply Permaculture principles to farms and corporations, community gardens, and conservation organizations. Liz's background includes founding Heart2Heart Farms LLC, Heart2Heart Health LLC, as well as the non-profit Good Neighbor Family Pantry. This amazing couple practices permaculture professionally through Heart2Heart Farms, LLC on scales ranging from urban residences to rural acreages. 

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Tyler & Liz’s broad range of presentation topics include:

  • Sourcing Sustainable Meat

  • Ecological Entraupreunurship 

  • Permaculture on small acreage

  • Developing sustainable systems on a homestead

  • Creating community movements

  • Building agriculture

  • Rainwater collection

  • Homesteading from start to finish

  • Animal husbandry

  • Letting agriculture laws work for you

  • Building a volunteer work force

  • Pros and Cons of a volunteer work force

  • How to survive as a small farm

  • Food Forests and plant guilds for your homestead

  • Hiccups that come with running a small farm

  • The creation of Heart 2 Heart Farms

To request the Boggs as guest speakers at your next event, please send us an email with the subject "Guest Speaker".

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