Continuing the conversation begun at last year's conference where Mark Shepard provided a keynote and sessions on Restoration Agriculture and Shannon Brines led a session on keyline planning and plowing, this presentation will provide an update on Brines Farm's evolving understanding and integration of restoration agriculture techniques including notes from the field on multiple years of perennial plantings. Brines Farm expanded to 80 acres of historical farmland in 2012. Previous use of the land had abused the soil and sped water off site. We began trying keyline techniques to aerate the soil and to keep water on site, and we began to plant perennials. With four spring (and multiple autumn) seasons of plantings done, we can share field notes from our site on our experiences and the performance of a wide variety of plants, vines, brambles, shrubs, and trees that were planted in a restoration agriculture style using multiple methods.