Matt Hundley is a Permaculture Designer and regenerative farmer with a unique background in homesteading and food production. At the age of 12, he began working alongside migrant workers in the berry fields of Oregon. Following in the footsteps of generations of foresters and farmers, he explored many aspects of agriculture and agroforestry. Before he turned 18, he'd worked on tree farms, horse stables, market-garden farms, campgrounds, hay farms, a community store, and as a commercial fisherman in Alaska.
Raised on the outskirts of a small town in the corn belt of Indiana, Gabby Hundley has long had a passion for healthy communities, physical fitness, and telling the stories of rural America. Her journey with solving her own health issues at a young age imbued her with a heart for helping others build healthier lives. After receiving a bachelors degree in journalism and political science from Indiana University, she started a local hometown newspaper, Saturday Shelby. In 2016, she moved to Nashville to work as a freelance writer, marketer, and content creator. In 2018, she founded Marketing By Gabby, a marketing agency serving entrepreneurs, small business owners, creatives, farmers and homesteaders with coaching, consultations, and campaign development. In 2019, she fell in love with a 5-acre former cow-pasture in the hills of Middle Tennessee and began her homesteading journey. As an avid runner, she dubbed the homestead Marathon Acres and began building a small house and learning to garden and process her own food. The site became the new home of Hollowtop Farms, which Gabby and Matt continue to develop as an example in regenerative agriculture.