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Are you looking to live the exciting permaculture and agriculture life that you have always wanted to live… but you’re not quite sure how to actually pull it all off???

You aren’t alone.

Many people are attracted to the values of permaculture, but they struggle with how to use the tools and tactics of permaculture in their daily life leaving themselves thinking… How do I make a living doing this?

PV3 was designed to specifically address that problem…

Learn how you can support your family and pay your bills doing work that you enjoy … from farmers and entrepreneurs doing just that running successful and growing businesses.

Whether you are a business owner who is looking to grow your business, or a new entrepreneur looking to find the right business to start, you will benefit by connecting with successful entrepreneurs and learning about their proven business models and techniques.

Learn how to live the life that you dream of from others out there doing it.

Starting a new business can be scary.

Taking on a new business while trying to hold it all together – marriage, young children, our homestead, jobs, new business, friendships… can be challenging, but it’s doable.

Many of the PV3 speakers started out their businesses out their businesses at the most “inopportune times”…

  • while working a full time job
  • while going to school full time
  • while supporting and raising a young family
  • when they had no experience in their chosen field
  • when they didn’t own land

But what did they learn since starting out?

There is never a perfect time to take on a big change in your life – you just have to go for it.

PV3 was designed for people who are…

  • Stuck at a dead end job and are looking to make a career change to a field that aligns with their values.
  • People just starting out their entrepreneurial journey and want to start a permaculture or agriculture based business and are looking for models that actually work in the real world.
  • People looking to start a career that excites them, but they just aren’t sure what that looks like yet.
  • People who currently run a permaculture or agriculture based business, and want to try to grow their business either organically or by adding on complementary businesses.
  • People who are looking to connect with other business owners to build valuable relationships that could lead to partnerships, jobs, or mentorships.
  • People who are looking to increase their business knowledge. They might have a lot of practical skills, but they lack the models and knowledge to take those skills and shape them into a business.

You may be in that same boat.  

Knowing where you want to go, but not quite sure how to get there without having the wheels fall of on your life?

You might be missing something. 

PV3 was designed to help you get real answers to questions centered around that problem…


How to Start and Grow a Successful Permaculture and Agriculture Business

What if you could talk to someone who was years ahead of you on the path that you wanted to go down, would you benefit for talking to that person?

If you are just starting out, you can leverage the success and failures of those business owners more experienced than you to save yourself time and money when you start your business.

Many people, who are more experienced than you, would do things differently if they started over. They spent years of trial and error to arrive at what works. This usually means that if they did things over, they would do things differently, and better.

If you are just starting out, then you can benefit greatly from their knowledge in terms of what they know now and what they would do differently.

At PV3 you will have the opportunity to connect with those types of people and…

  • Get answers to the question – “How do I make a living doing this?” (From people who are actually making a living doing it.)
  • Learn to find the right idea and find the right market to start a profitable permaculture or agriculture business you’ll enjoy from people already doing it.
  • Connect with experienced business owners – learn what’s working for them, and what isn’t.  We aren’t talking about theory here; we are talking about real world application.  
  • Match your passion for permaculture to profitable approach. Having knowledge and skills in an area isn’t enough; you need to be able to translate those skills to product or service that customers are willing to pay for.
  • Just starting out and looking for ideas? Get examples of successful businesses being run within the permaculture and agriculture space, and get to talk to the people that run those businesses.  
  • PV3 is the only place within permaculture where you can jump-start your career in a matter of days, plus walk away with some of the best tips and techniques from some of the most successful names in the space…

Are you trying to take your permaculture based business or farm based business to the next level?

Yes.  Then learn from the best. 

There’s a small group of people earning a really good living in the permaculture and agriculture space…

  • Erik Ohlsen runs a successful design business that generates over $1M a year in sales. He went from an activist to an activist business owner that accomplishes more now than he ever imaged he could do as an activist.
  • Jean-Martin Fortier’s farm generates revenues of $150k on 1.5 acres. He started out his farming career in a tipi while raising a young child.
  • Curtis Stone makes over $80k per year on a third of an acre, and over half that is profit. When he started he had no previous farming experience.
  • Darby Simpson started his transition into farming on the side with $500 – while he was working full time and supporting a young family.
  • Chris Thoreau started a thriving microgreens business at the same time his son was born while he was going to school full-time.

At PV3 you will be able to connect with these entrepreneurs and many others.

All of these guys transitioned into their ‘new’ careers at the most inopportune times in their lives. They did it while working full time, going to school full time, raising young children, many of them didn’t have a lot of experience in their area, and they did it without spending a lot of money.  


How do you transition from into a full time, or part time, career based in permaculture?

Value adding onto other businesses, small side businesses, and low capital cost businesses are some of the ways to transition into a permaculture or agriculture career.  

Many of the speakers at PV3, and attendees, started out their businesses on a part time basis. They were able to then grow them into a strong enough business that could support them on a full time basis.

At PV3 you’ll be able to learn how others did it and are doing it – from the small scale entrepreneurs just starting out to the more experiences business owners who have been around a while.  

Many people have done what you want to do and can help you with your journey by helping you…

  • Create a realistic financial and career plan to turn your permaculture dream into a financially viable career.
  • Learn how you can make a living farming on land that you don’t own. (It’s being done on the small scale with vegetables and the large scale with grazing animals.) You don’t have to own land to make a living farming. When you don’t have to worry about buying land, you can start on the side.
  • Identify an approach that is manageable for you and your situation.

PV3 features 20 entrepreneurs, designers, and experts who have years of experience and are eager to help you start and grow your regenerative business career.

These experts can help you break down the fear that you won’t be able to pay your bills, your taxes, and that you won’t be able to support your family when you try to start a business.

They can help you because they were scared of the exact same things when they started their businesses. But they found ways to quite those fears by taking a realistic and systematic approach that allowed them to avoid total failure if things went wrong.  If they can do it, why can’t you?

What’s made these entrepreneurs so successful and why have their businesses stood the test of time and grown each year?

  1. Because they know their customers inside and out – who they are, where they can be reached, and what they want…
  2. Because of their skills – they know everything about their business and trade, down to the most subtle nuances, and they are continually observing and learning more. This allows them to adapt to the market and deal with problems as they arise.

They don’t know anything that you can’t learn. They just know more than you. So if you want to be successful then you need to put in the time and learn more yourself.

How do I take my business or farm to the next level by focusing on what’s not obvious?

It usually isn’t specific techniques that lead to success. It’s the subtlety with how those techniques are applied and how they are changed and the climate, market, and business changes. And these subtleties are hard to pick up in books. You usually only get them by talking directly with the person.

How is the 10 year veteran running their enterprise, and what do they think about how you could implement some of their methods? How could their experience save you time and money?  How are they grazing their cattle or presenting their products to the markets?  How are they interacting with clients?  Would what they are doing work for you?

At PV3 you’ll be able to talk with successful business owners to get these questions answered.

For those of you just starting out, you also be able to get exposure to new ideas and answer the question –

Would that idea work?

The truth is, you’ll never know until you try it.  But you can test the viability of an idea up front to answer the question of – is this idea worth the effort?

This is where experience is so valuable, because you can start asking questions like…

What were the keys that made her business so successful when she started it?

Is someone else doing this idea successfully outside your bio-region? 

Does someone have more experience in this area that I could shares ideas with over coffee?  

Am I missing any major red flag here that I absolutely should avoid?

Based on your experience what do you think of this idea..

You don’t need a unique idea to start a business.  

You need an idea that solves someone’s problem and works.  

At PV3 you’ll be able to talk with business owners who have successfully grown their businesses over the last 5 to 20 years. And during that time frame they have come across a lot of opportunities and they have seen a lot of what works, and what doesn’t…

  • Gain new perspectives from others who are doing what you are doing, but in a different way – creating those ‘Why didn’t I think of that?” moments.
  • Learn about thriving business that are taking place outside of your bio-region, and approach those businesses with the idea of “Would they work in my region?”
  • No two pastured poultry operations are run the same way. No form of marketing is universally applicable. See what others (attendees and speakers) are doing and see what could work for you.
  • Learn, do, network. It’s not just about learning from others or doing the work or networking, it’s about all three.
  • Whether you are stuck or just want to explore what is out there, there is a lot of value in collaboration, in seeing new perspectives, because you never know what opportunities may arise…

Opportunities exist everywhere.

You just have to be looking for them, have the skills to exploit them, and have the wherewithal and gusto to seize them when they arise.

When you put the time and hard work in and build connections, opportunities have a funny way of showing up.

PV3 provides a great opportunity to network and build valuable business relationships.

Ask any successful person in any field and I guarantee that they will attribute a large part of their success to the positive connections in their lives – mentors, colleagues, friends.

Success is built on the back of high quality relationships.

At PV3 you’ll be able to build those relationships while taking home…

The inspiration needed to bolster your spirits for not only 4 days but for 4 seasons.

If you need a boost to get unstuck or started you will get a heavy dose of inspirational content from people at every level of the success ladder giving you an educational, motivational four day adventure with some of the best people in the world…

  • Stop dreaming about things being better. If you want to see things get better, then you need to get better. Get better by learning from people who are successfully and profitably doing what you want to do.
  • Connect with others who are on the same path as you. Taking on these journeys into a new paradigm, career, or business are inevitably hard. It gets a lot easier when you are doing that journey with others who are on the same path.
  • See what’s possible. Just starting your journey and not sure where to start? Come out and see what’s actually possible when you take on permaculture as a career. There may be a lot more opportunity than you think is out there.

These are some of the problems that I think PV3 can solve.  

But in reality, the list is limitless.  

It’s really hard to represent all of the ways which Permaculture Voices delivers value because I think it is different for everyone.

At its core PV3 blends the practical techniques and tactics found in permaculture workshops with the need to be financially sustainable. We have tried to create an event that’s built on a foundation of rock solid, in depth, applicable content that combines with an atmosphere that sparks conversation and connection.  And when you are immersed amongst 500 like-minded individuals who are all there for the same reason (profitable permaculture) you start to find missing pieces and you start to change.


Have you ever been around 500 people that share similar values to you?

People that generally believe what you believe – that our current paradigm is broken, and we need to change it.

People that are actively participating in being part of the change.

That’s what PV3 is and will be.

500 switched on and engaged individuals that are coming together to share ideas and grow, so everyone can go home and be better off.

Taking on these journeys into a career or business is inevitably hard, but it gets a lot easier when you are doing that journey with others who are on the same path.

Remember success is built on the back of high quality relationships.

We know that, so PV3 will be an immersive environment that will allow you share business ideas, life experiences, build friendships, and deeply connect with a supportive community for 4 days and 3 nights. Then you can continue these relationships outside of PV3 to make the journey easier.

Come to PV3 open minded, come in with a plan, and create connections to take what you are doing and your life and business to the next level.

That is why you are traveling out to San Diego – for the experience and for the connection.

Get what you can’t get online at PV3…

Here’s what previous conference attendees thought about the event…

  • “The people made this worth the resources we spent to get here – amazing energy, revitalizing.” Chad S
  • “Motivation, networking, knowledge (Grant Schultz was great), the vibe was just incredible (I have never been in one place with so many positive people.” James B
  • “PV2 was worth the time, money, and energy because, to put it simply, it afforded me the only experience of its kind: nowhere else in the world could I have found the same amazing group of permies together”  Claire A
  • “We really feel like it gave us an extra push, even more enthusiasm seeing all the other people congregated on a like-minded venture, trying to save the world in whatever way possible.” C. Athens
  • “What truly surpassed my expectations was how open and un-barriered people were about their own challenges, desires, etc.  It made for a truly resonant social experience akin to the best kind of musical festival.” Tyler C
  • “Thank you so much for your amazing efforts at pv2.  I loved it!  I have never been to a conference or anything like that before but I felt a calling of my tribe and just really wanted to go. ” Daniel B
  • “The face time I was able to have with folks who were previously only FB friends was crucial.  We have to stick together these days and bonding over food and drink is one of the best ways to jump-start those connections. My network expanded and was strengthened at PV2.” Dayna B
  • “Because I needed time with my people – In my usual life I’m the strange one – but there I get everyone’s strangeness.” Kaiten R
  • “I decided to go to PV2 about half-way through PV1 last year because I knew I had found the community where permaculture and professionalism meet.” John A
  • “Perhaps the greatest thing for me was the immense, pervasive, encircling mass of positive energy I felt from a huge number of people there.  Everybody there is working on solutions, and the optimism and hope and community-affirming feelings of the whole conference was a tremendous pick-me-up.” Neal Spackman

PV2 touched a lot of people in a powerful way, and I think PV3 can be a life changer for some people.  For many permies PV3 will provide that missing piece – a missing piece that isn’t identifiable now, but one that will have a huge leverage effect when found. 

Create your own success story this year at PV3.

Why Come to PV3?

It depends on what you are looking for.

Are you looking for…

Click on the links above to read detailed feedback and reviews direct from attendees whose PV2 experiences falls within each one of these categories.  Check them out..

If you dream about a different life, one that involves permaculture, then stop dreaming.  

Take the steps necessary to make that dream a reality.  

Go for it.

I believe that time is too precious to waste.  

Don’t let your future-self live with grief.  

Live the life that you want to live and start now, regardless of whether you come to PV3 or not.  

But if you want help kick-starting that journey, then come out to PV3.


Invest in Yourself

I am a big believer in investing in yourself…

The one thing in this world that you have control over is yourself – what you know and what you can do. No one can take that away from you and you can take it with you wherever you go.

If you get laid off or have to be relocated, what you know goes with you.  And people who know more are able to deal with change easier than those who don’t. 

Build resiliency into your life by increasing what you know and who you know, so you can then look for opportunity.

The only way to get true freedom is by being able to take control of your own financial destiny.  You can only do that if you have a plan and the skills to execute it. 

At PV3 you will learn about plans that work for others and the skills to make those plans a reality.

If you wondering what you will learn at PV3, here is a list…

  • How to build businesses that generate cash flow within the first few months.
  • How to start businesses that have LOW start-up costs.
  • How you can increase your overall wealth by building other forms of capital outside of financial capital.
  • How to MAXIMIZE your efforts by focusing methodologies that work in the real world.
  • How to use the growing public demand for local, organic, nutrient dense food to your advantage.
  • How to earn a living on LAND YOU DON’T OWN.
  • How to successfully market your farm products – from people with years of farm sales experience.
  • How to create a financial plan for your business, to help take the stress out of starting a business.
  • Learn how you can make MORE money by farming LESS land.
  • How to take advantage of growing trends – like the high demand for cider apples.
  • How you can stack multiple enterprises onto the same land-base.
  • How you can increase the resiliency of your business by having a diverse customer base.
  • How to communicate the EXACT value that you deliver a SPECIFIC target market.
  • How to tell the story of your business to your customers – the key is telling the story that the customers want to hear.
  • How you can apply the land design techniques of world renowned permaculture designers to your land without having to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars.
  • How to increase the resiliency of your farm through smart and efficient land design.
  • How to increase your farm’s drought resiliency.
  • How to save time, money, and stress on your farm by creating a simple and effective crop plan.
  • Why hard work isn’t enough. Learn where to focus your efforts to save yourself time and money while increasing your productivity and profits.
  • How to set yourself up for success. Learn proven success principals that allow you adapt to most external circumstances and market conditions.
  • Why the idea of “chosen ones” and “being privileged” and “luck” are myths. Darren Doherty, Greg Judy, and Jean-Martin Fortier aren’t doing anything that you can’t do. The key is that they show up every day and do something to keep moving forward and improving.
  • How successful people problem solve and adapt in an ever changing world and marketplace.
  • How people just like you have transitioned from the corporate world into farming (on the side) and been successful enough to transition to farming full-time.
  • Learn how to stay the course. In the real world it’s only the people who show up every day that survive in the long run.
  • Learn how to make a living with permaculture and get access to the tools, people, and action plans that will help you live the permaculture life you’ve always dreamed of.

You’ll learn practical skills from over 20 entrepreneurs, designers, and experts who have years of experience and are eager to help you start and grow your regenerative business career.

You’ve heard them on the podcast and read their books – THE SPEAKERS OF PV3 – but what do they all have in common?

They believed in what they were doing and put the hard work in to achieve it. They have all showed up every day and made progress – the good days, and the bad days.

Some of the non-intuitive things that you will learn from the speakers at PV3…

  • Why hard work isn’t enough. Learn where to focus your efforts to save yourself time and money while increasing your productivity and profits.
  • Why the idea of “chosen ones” and “being privileged” and “luck” are myths. Darren Doherty, Greg Judy, and Jean-Martin Fortier aren’t doing anything that you can’t do. The key is that they show up every day and do something to keep moving forward and improving.
  • How to set yourself up for success. Learn proven success principals that allow you adapt to most external circumstances and market conditions.
  • Learn the difference between being easy, and being doable. For example, it isn’t easy for Grant Schultz to build a broadacre permaculture farm, but he’s doing it, nonetheless. Learn how.
  • Business is simple, but it’s not easy. Stop wishing it was easy, and get better.
  • Business is a journey, not a destination. And it’s your journey, you control where it goes and no one can stop you.

The topics that the speakers will present on is far reaching and based on years of experience…

  • Ethan Soloviev is the regenerative supply-chain design specialist at Terra Genesis, working with internationally recognized corporations to help create truly regenerative supply chains.  This work takes him into the corporate headquarters and out into the field to connect with growers and producers working on the cutting edge of regenerative agriculture. Recent areas of study include the regenerative production of dry-farmed almonds in California and the alternative and organic production of honey in Canada.
  • Mary Johnson is a natural resource management expert with over 20 years of professional experience working with international conservation and agriculture groups on multi-million dollar aid and development projects.  She also works at the local level working directly with small, local NGO’s, farmers and the private sector.  She is passionate about safeguarding our planet and the dispossessed.
  • Christian Shearer, as managing director of the Panya Project, has worked extensively in tropical climates with earthen construction, ecological agriculture, and integrated community living. As a design consultant with Terra Genesis International, he is helping his company play a role in the global shift toward truly regenerative supply chains.
  • Darby Simpson has transitioned himself from a successful mechanical engineer into a full time farmer and enjoys the many benefits that come with being self sufficient in ones livelihood.   His success shows it is possible to build a business from scratch with little or no knowledge of what Joel Salatin affectionately calls “lunatic farming”.
  • Eliza Greenman is an organic orchardist, fruit explorer, nurserywoman, ruralist, story teller, and advocate for the preservation of ancient and rare genetics of apple cultivars.
  • Greg Judy grazes animals at Green Pastures Farm in Rucker, Missouri with his wife Jan.    They raise cattle, sheep, horses, goats, pigs, and chickens on grass pasture in balance with nature.  They use no antibiotics, no hormone implants and no grain.  The livestock graze rich pasture 100% of their lives.
  • Dan Brisebois transitioned into farming in 2000 when he started working on farms (mostly growing vegetables but also grain and a bit of livestock.)  He worked both as an apprentice and field manager  on a range of scales from farms based around manual tools to tractors to draft horses, until the fall 0f 2004 when, with some friends, he started Tourne-Sol cooperative farm.
  • Darren Doherty is a 5th generation Bendigo farmer, developer, author & trainer and has been involved in the design & development of nearly 2000, mostly broadacre projects across 5 continents in close to 50 countries, ranging from 1 million hectare cattle stations in Australia’s Kimberly region to 110,000 acre Estancia’s in Patagonia, to family farms across the globe with a range of private, corporate, government & non-profit clients.
  • Chris Thoreau has been engaged in urban food production since 2001 as a farmer, educator, community organizer, and advocate.  Since 2008 Chris has been based in Vancouver, BC where he attended the University of British Columbia’s Agroecology program. He received his BSc. (Hons) in 2011 after focusing his studies on urban farming, soil management, and small-scale plant breeding.  Vancouver is also where he operates is very successful, and growing, year round microgreens business.
  • Mary Beth Storjohann, CFP® is the Founder of Workable Wealth, specializing in financial planning for Gen Y. She works as a writer, speaker and financial coach with individuals and couples in their 20s and 30s across the country to help them to make smart, educated decisions with their money.
  • Zachary Weiss, a student of legendary Austrian Rebel Farmer Sepp Holzer is a consultant, contractor, and designer who also has extensive experience with greenhouses, natural building, and ecological entrepreneurship. He has been digging in the dirt and planting trees since he was young.  Zach has been working with Sepp since 2012 organizing workshops, consulting and creating designs, ponds and gardens all across the U.S. Zach runs the design and installation outfit Elemental Ecosystems and operates Holzer Permaculture.
  • Gregory Landau’s current work focuses on regenerative supply-chain development for tropical ingredients.  His work with large companies to create sourcing structures and partnership opportunities with highly functioning permaculture projects bridges deep understanding of ecological agriculture, business, and political dynamics to create functioning relationships.
  • Erik Ohlsen has extensive experience, in the field of ecological land development and management, with projects that range from small urban lots to 100+ broadacre design and implementation. His many years of experience observing and listening to landscape patterns, and managing installation crews and design teams, have led to an extensive knowledge of all aspects of ecological land development and planning. He is a specialist in water harvesting systems, food forest design, community organizing, facilitation, vocational education and much more.
  • Erin Axelrod is a problem-solver, systems-designer, entrepreneur and community organizer.  After earning her BA in Urban Studies from Barnard College, Columbia University, Erin worked for four years as the City Programs Coordinator for Daily Acts Organization producing water conservation programs for cities, transforming lawns into food, and helping design and manage a successful greywater reuse education & installation program.
  • Curtis Stone is the owner/operator of Green City Acres, a commercial urban farm based out of Kelowna, BC. Farming under an acre of land on a collection of urban plots, Green City Acres grows vegetables for farmers markets, restaurants, retail outlets, and a sixty member CSA box program.  Before starting his farm in 2010, Curtis had no prior experience as a farmer or gardener. He started his farm simply out of a desire to be more autonomous, live by his values, and run a business according to the triple bottom line principle.
  • Grant Schultz is the Founder of Versaland and known in some circles as the “Mad Scientist of Permaculture”.  Grant develops new tools and techniques for creating and managing agroecosystems, including GPS Keyline technology, custom tree planters, and electric tractors.   Leveraging a background in agricultural and commercial land management and brokerage, Grant will share innovative ways to gain land access, design a diverse farm, and create a broadacre permaculture farm that yields abundant rewards.
  • Jean-Martin Fortier (JM) is a farmer, writer, and speaker specializing in organic and biologically intensive cropping practices. He is passionate about demonstrating how small farms can play an important role in the rebuild of the food system.  His internationally recognized 10-acre micro-farm in Quebec, Canada is a perfect example of this: At les Jardins de la Grelinette, only 1½ acres are cultivated in permanent beds, yet the farm gross more than $100 000 per acre with operating margins of about 60 per cent, enough to financially sustain his family. The focus at la Grelinette has been to grow better-not bigger- in order to optimize the cropping system, making it more lucrative and viable in the process.
  • Hilary Bromberg — a thought leader in the field of sustainability — is Strategy Director / Principal at egg, a boutique Seattle-based brand communications firm that works exclusively with sustainable brands. She is also a founder of Barefoot Provisions — a consciously curated online store for the primal foodie.
  • Marty McDonald is a leader in the field of sustainability and brand development, and the Creative Director and Founder of egg in Seattle, a 12-year-old (and the first) communications firm focusing exclusively on sustainable brands. He has over 20 years of national ad agency experience, with several Cannes Lions, Effies and Clios to his name(those are top industry awards, for those who care) for companies ranging from industry leaders like Coca Cola, Southwest Airlines and Stonyfield Farm, to successful next-generation companies like renewable energy start-up Southwest Windpower, social enterprise Better World Books, and Jessica Alba’s new venture, The Honest Company.
  • Jack Spirko currently lives north Texas on rugged 3 acre piece of land which is being transformed via a combination of livestock management, permaculture and earthworks into a modern permaculture showcase. The property is being used as a school to bring permaculture into the main stream world based on a combination of beauty and easy to understand results.  Jack’s primary goal in Permaculture today is to insure that it gains broader main stream appeal and is adopted by many individuals who are not generally thought of as Permaculture’s target audience.

The value of their experience is priceless.

Because you can take advantage of their years of experience – the successes and the FAILURES – to leverage your own efforts – focusing on what works and avoiding what doesn’t.

This wasn’t even possible when a lot of the speakers started their careers, because these models didn’t exist.  They literally had to build them.

But it’s possible now and the profitable models exist.

The speakers will be sharing these models at PV3.  Take advantage of the opportunity to ask them about them and come up with an action plan for your own situation. 

If you want to change your life, here is a legitimate place to begin the change.

Are you stuck at job that that you hate when deep down you would love to have a career doing what you are passionate about?

Yes?  Then you need to decide if you are ready to change and take control of your own future, or continue working that job that you hate.

Our time here is finite.

Use it wisely.

So many people just trying to keep their heads above water that they never take a break to actually look at the bigger picture.  

The Dalia Lama, when asked what surprised him most about humanity, answered “Man.  Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money.  Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.  And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.

We are all going to die.  Make sure you live first.  

I created PV3 to give people information so they could create a realistic pathway to living an exciting life.

For four days this March, profitable farmers, successful land designers, and established business owners will help you turn your permaculture and agriculture dreams into reality.

PV3 is an interactive event designed to connect you with the proven methods and tactics used by successful entrepreneurs so you can go home and be successful.

Take the next step towards living a truly profitable life.

Live the exciting permaculture and agriculture life that you have always wanted to live…

You can earn a satisfying living by doing work that aligns with your values – and it probably takes less work and land than you thought…

Learn how you can support your family and pay your bills doing work that you enjoy … from farmers and entrepreneurs doing just that running successful and growing businesses.

Whether you are a business owner who is looking to grow your business, or a new entrepreneur looking to find the right business to start, you will benefit by connecting with successful entrepreneurs and learning about their proven business models and techniques.

Take your business and your life to the next level, while saving thousands traveling to individual workshops, by connecting with the top designers and entrepreneurs in permaculture and agriculture all in one place at PV3.

PV3 is an exclusive event that is interactive and designed for action.

It is meant for the extremely driven individual only.

Only 500 tickets are available.  And the first 100 tickets are on sale now.

Come for four days; experience the benefits for the rest of your career.

Only 500 Tickets will be sold to PV3.

Tickets for PV3 will only be offered on a few occasions, and they will likely go quickly.

The 500 tickets will be released in 5 waves of 100 tickets each.

Wave 1:  $579.00 – 100 Tickets Released to PV2 Attendees in October.

Wave 2: $589.00 – 100 Tickets Released on October 18, 2015

Wave 3: $599.00 – 100 Tickets Released in November 2015

Wave 4: $609.00 – 100 Tickets Released in December 2015

Wave 5: $619.00 – 100 Tickets Released in January 2015


Once a given wave of tickets sells out, no new tickets will go on sale until the next wave.

There is no secret to get a ticket; they are all offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please note: Once tickets are gone, they’re gone. We do not hold any tickets back, nor do we sell tickets at the door.


Don’t Miss Out!

679 people attended PV2

635 people attended PV1

500 tickets are available for PV3

PV3 will likely sell out.

Get your ticket while you can.