California Rangeland Trust In the News
Calaveras High School agricultural students get a taste of “farm to fork”
In September, Calaveras High School agricultural students were given the opportunity to take a unique field trip, which included a tour of a local farm and Raley’s supermarket, to gain an overall understanding and taste of the “farm-to-fork” process.
Local Boys & Girls Clubs Enjoy Outings To Ranch & Raley’s
Youngsters from Central Sonoma Co. got educational tour with visits to a Raley’s supermarket and Oak Ridge Angus ranch in Calistoga.
California Director Documents Rangeland Conservation in New Film
CALIFORNIA — A new documentary by a California director explores how residents can protect the Golden State’s open spaces through restorative grazing, carbon storage, renewable energy, wildfire prevention and other practices.
New film celebrates environmental benefits of cattle grazing
Cattle grazing is a critical component to sustainable and regenerative land management. A new film will show viewers how.
Short film ‘A Common Ground’ delves into rangeland preservation
Conservation is key for so many ranchers. The California Rangeland Trust wants to help spotlight that fact — and to show that rangelands can help heal our planet — with its short film titled, “A Common Ground.”
California Rangeland Trust protecting ranches through use of conservation easements
The Bakersfield Californian
The product of a successful collaboration between ranchers and environmental groups, the California Rangeland Trust is protecting from development 320,000 acres of privately owned rangeland in California — more than 2,000 of those acres in Kern County. Through the use of conservation easements, it is ensuring these lands will remain open rangeland in perpetuity.
Program Teaches Kids Where Food Comes From
The California Rangeland Trust partnered with Raley’s Family of Fine Stores to host an educational tour for Sunol Glen Elementary sixth grade …
Sinton family preserves 12000-acre ranch near Pozo
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
The Sintons partnered with the California Rangeland Trust, the Wildlife Conservation Board and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to …
Avenales Ranch in Santa Margarita is now part of the 300,000 acres of land conserved by the California Rangeland Trust. Its protection was ensured by a conservation easement—a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust that permanently limits uses of the land in order to protect its conservation values.
The California Rangeland Trust: Protecting Land and Preserving Western Heritage
There are reasons why you should care and support the California Rangeland Trust. Without conserving and preserving California ranching heritage we will lose the quality of our Golden State’s rangeland air, water, wildlife habitat and local food supplies… now and for future generations.