Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
Looks good. Source? Instructions on how to put something like that together would be nice, especially if it included livestock information too.
Just a picture from a tumblr, but the internet is full of good gardening info. Plus, the best way to go is to just do it, as the old commercial used to say. That's basically what I did. I can recommend raised beds, and a sharp eye for hungry birds, slugs, or other pests. I like to start from seeds because it's so cheap, but buying from the local nursery works well too. I once stumbled into a six pack of gangly, ugly tomatoes that the nursery sold to me for a dollar. Those ducklings quickly grew into tomato producing machines - great deal.
Try Rare Seeds if you want to see lots of cool varieties and are willing to start them about now or soon, depending on your area's climate.
I have an elevated bed which was starting to bear fruit until a hard freeze hit and killed it. I need to re-plant and maybe build a few more.