Paulo Farms is a commercial beef cattle operation. It is family-owned and has been operating for over 30 years. StopWaste is a public agency that helps Alameda County’s businesses, residents, and schools waste less, recycle properly, and use water, energy, and other resources efficiently.
Ross Ranch is an 860-acre working ranch located just on the outskirts of Redding, CA. The ranch primarily consists of blue oak woodland, open grassland, and a handful of seasonal emergent wetlands and is permanently protected from development by a conservation easement. The ranch is used as a “learning laboratory” to test and implement regenerative […]
In 1929 Theodore Chamberlin purchased 8000 acres of the mexican land grant, Rancho Corral de Quati. His wife Ailie named their ranch Rancho Los Potreros, reflecting the vast open cattle pastures. Specializing in registered Polled Herefords, Ted and Ailie raised their 5 children while successfully building the business that is intrinsically tied to the ranching […]
Preparatory Homework: COMET Introduction Video Data Gathering Assignment Day 1 (Friday Feb. 17) Introduction to climate-smart agriculture Detailed overview of COMET tools with how-to style instructions Day 2 (Saturday February 18th) Open space to work on personal or group reports Discussion of reports and peer-to-peer exchange An NRCS rep will explain how COMET is used […]
When the opportunity to farm my family’s ranch came about, we decided to take up the challenge. Growing up riding and working cattle on the ranch had awakened in me a persistent, itching nostalgia for old-world cattle ranching that did not wane as I grew older, married Ned, had children and became an interior designer […]
Handy Farms facilitates life for our family, and those who order our product from out little homestead organic farm – the healthiest, most abundant, and diverse life possible on our little farm is our mission! Then share the harvest with all who desire, and value organic, nutrient-dense food grown regeneratively. Our commitment is soil health. […]
SOILS (Stewardship of Irrigated Lands) Center; ESRCD’s SOILS Center in Ceres, CA aims to provide education, resources, and technical assistance to our community. This includes but is not limited to farming demonstrations, native plant garden workshops, cooking demonstrations, farm-to-school programs, food & wine tastings, etc.
Conservation Works, Community Alliance with Family Farmers, and the School of Adaptive Agriculture continue their North Coast Farmer Workshop Series with a free farm workshop on ecological farming practices and carbon farm planning at Ridgewood Ranch (School of Adaptive Agriculture) in Willits, California. This workshop will address topics related to ecological farming practices like compost production, no-till, […]