by Janet Koed
You have the opportunity to Tour White Buffalo Land Trust and learn about …
Restoring Our Ecosystem through Agriculture – A global hub for regenerative land stewardship, ecological monitoring & research, education, training, and enterprise development.
This is a two-hour walking tour with a total of about 1 mile. They do have a small vehicle that can accommodate 4 people if the walk is too challenging. You would need to arrange passage with them.
WHEN: Saturday, August 19 from 10:00am to about 1:00pm
WHY: Their mission is to Practice, Promote, and Develop Systems of Regenerative Agriculture for Local, Regional, and Global Impact
“We are committed to the evolution of land stewardship and reimagining our food system to address the climate, biodiversity, public health, and food security challenges we face today.”
“Our unique approach is circular; weaving regenerative land stewardship with the education of our community and the training of current and aspiring farmers and ranchers. Innovative monitoring and data collection measure and support scientific research which improves our land stewardship, learning, and teaching. All of this work brings regenerative products into the marketplace and catalyzes the forces of supply and demand.”
WHERE: Jalama Canyon Ranch near Lompoc and Jalama Beach. They send detailed instructions the week of the tour.
PRICE: “Suggested donation” of $25/person.