Thanks for taking the time to reply.
I asked about the accommodation as for all my experience you want to be living on the land you are cultivating due to the nature of the work …as you would well know
The other reason is that I have always harboured the concept of teaching / Ecotourism as a viable land use model integrated with the commercial production.
This, in turn, would require a planning code to enable short-term stays and or permanent lodgings for the managment.
A project that encompasses the broad ideas I am referring to is at https://www.versaland.com/ unfortunately they are falling foul of petty bureaucracy at the present time which is an another reason why an education and viable community facility is an excellent way to influence public and legislative authorities.
My time as management in social enterprise organisation showed me hands-on doing is a great teaching and life skill enhancement yet you have to have a viable profit centre to back it up.
Over my time I have grown bananas, pawpaw, manderin, run various livestock, turkey, duck, pigeon/squab and other various market garden crops.
I am in the town of Killarney which is 30k south-east of Warwick practising the Urban farming concept popularized by Curtis Stone. I am currently producing salad greens for the local cafes, pub and co-op as well as operate a weekend roadside stand. Also, my partner and I are the organizers for the monthly community markets started by KAPA - Killarney Area Promotion Association of which we are community members of.
Love what you are doing with the Alliance project all the best Rregards Russell