Tomorrow's Homestead | Edible Garden Consultation | South Eastern Pennsylvania
Tomorrow's Homestead | Edible Garden Consultation | South Eastern Pennsylvania
Tomorrow's Homestead | Edible Garden Consultation | South Eastern Pennsylvania

Tomorrow's Homestead | Edible Garden Consultation | South Eastern Pennsylvania

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Want to transform your space and grow your own food? Need an epic design to make your space look amazing while also feeding your family? Book an Edible Garden Consultation!

Tomorrow's Homestead is a Mission-Driven For-Profit company. We believe in what we do and are dedicated to driving results. Our Mission statement is: Empowering people to grow food & build communities.

Dominic Bruzzese (Owner / Founder) has a Masters in Material Science and Engineering. He has worked as a Process Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, and Systems Integration Engineer for various companies in the Semi-Conductor industry space, as well as a stint as an Operations Manager.

Living in Pennsylvania with his wife and children, Dominic cultivated an interest in Homesteading after seeking to provide sustainable and self-reliant ways to bring healthy food to his family. Starting on his own property, Dominic designed an ecosystem to meet his family’s needs, and along the way discovered the vision for Tomorrow’s Homestead. 

Rachel Wilson (Director of Farming) has a Masters in Sustainable Food Systems and has worked in various aspects of the local food system including organic farming and community & school garden education.

Rachel is excited to bring her knowledge of food systems to Tomorrow's Homestead and contribute to building more resilient communities in Southeastern Pennsylvania. 

Regions Served: South Eastern Pennsylvania

Services Provides: Foodscaping, Design, Install, Maintenance, Garden Support.

Project Types: Residential

 


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