Hi, Bill, wow, lots of wonderful trees and plants! It will be an amazing place. Nice drawings, I should probably do mine on computer, because every time I scribble something on paper I lose it or it goes through the washing machine! So I guess you decided not to mix up the plantings, and spread the acacias and nitrogen fixers in among the fruit trees so their roots could benefit from the nitrogen nodules? I only mention this because if I had known about a food forest when I did my orchard, I would have planted in triads of nitrogen fixer/fruit tree/flowering shrub or fruit bush, with annuals at their bases. Because I put all the apples here, and all the apricots there, and all the berries over there, they aren't helping each other the way they are supposed to in a food forest, so now I have to retrofit my plantings, but things are mature, and it's too late for somethings, and way too much work for others. The sections I've mixed up I am so impressed with, and have much less insect damage.
"Life flows on within you and without you"...George Harrison
Coastal California, USA, Mediterranean climate - no summer rain, a little frost mid-winter