Yesterday we joined several other local charities on the West Steps of the State Capitol for an event to kick off the State’s Our Promise campaign. Our Promise offers California State employees the opportunity to utilize payroll deduction to give to organizations they are passionate about. Rangeland Trust Conservation Specialist Joe Navari at the Our […]
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Whole Foods Nickels for Non-Profits Recipient
California’s ranchlands are getting a significant financial boost to their conservation, thanks to a generous partnership between California Rangeland Trust and Whole Foods Market. Whole Foods Market stores in the Sacramento area recently named the Rangeland Trust as their Nickels for Non-Profits recipient for the current quarter. When Whole Foods Market customers bring in their […]
Nickels for Non-Profits Volunteers Needed!
We are looking for volunteers to help with our Nickels for Non Profits campaign with Whole Foods Market in Sacramento. Please contact Randy Gustavus at 916-444-2096 or email@example.com for more information. Here’s some photos of the fun our volunteers had while raising more than $700 last weekend at Whole Foods Market on Arden Way. View […]
Virtual Tour of Harris Ranch Beef
Have you ever driven by the large feedlot on I-5 near Coalinga? Here’s a virtual tour of Harris Ranch Beef. We are grateful for people like our friends at Harris Ranch who ensure healthy, delicious, affordable beef makes it to grocery store for all to enjoy.
Boys and Girls Club of Sacramento Visits Yolo Land & Cattle Co
On June 25, 2015, the Boys and Girls club of Sacramento headed out to Yolo Land and Cattle Co. for a day filled with fun, laughter, and sunshine courtesy of Raley’s. When we first arrived, the kids clambered out of the bus the second they were allowed, gathering around the tables, eyes wide as they […]
Meet Alexandra, Summer Intern 2015
Dear Reader, If you are a frequent guest of A Western Affair, you have most likely seen me wandering around with a fluff ball in my arms before dinner, allowing each guest to fall hopelessly in love with one of the most popular auction items, a border collie puppy. It has always been my job […]
Preserving an Environmental Relationship
Who would ever think the threatened California tiger salamander would depend upon cattle to thrive? In a unique mitigation easement, an 85-acre stretch of upland habitat environment for the California tiger salamander on the Koopmann Ranch will be protected in perpetuity, thanks to a partnership between the Koopmann family, Westervelt Ecological Services, Pacific Gas and […]
Protecting Dry Creek Ranch
A Land Rich with Grasslands and Vernal Pools A ranch at the base of the Sierra Foothills known as Dry Creek Ranch will remain forever protected thanks to a partnership between its owners, Roy and Dana Richards, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Wildlife Conservation Board, Natural Resources Conservation Service and […]
First conservation agreement of 2015
California Rangeland Trust announces the first conservation agreement completed in 2015 — the protection of historic Flentge Ranch. Located in Parkfield in the Cholame Hills of Southern Monterey County, Flentge Ranch is a family-operated ranch that includes 3,300 acres of open rangeland, just a few miles from the King Ranch subdivision. As part of a […]
Outstanding Leadership in 2015
The California Rangeland Trust is led by a board of an outstanding and well respected ranchers. These men and women dedicate a lot of time to ensuring that the Rangeland Trust fulfills it’s mission. We’d like to thank returning board members and introduce you to a few new members (*) too! Board of Directors CHAIRMAN […]