Grazing for Soil Health
June 5th & 6th, 2021. 10 AM – 3 PM
Fire season is just around the corner, and managed grazing offers an elegant system that builds soil health and resilience to wildfires. Join Bell Valley as we welcome two leading managed grazing practitioners, Ruthie King and Richard King for a two-day workshop on Grazing for Soil Health. This workshop will explore opportunities to invest in the resilience of land, using livestock as a vehicle for soil-building.Learn how planned grazing and monitoring can build drought and fire resilience, biodiversity, soil carbon and increase rainfall effectiveness. Witness firsthand a flock of sheep grazing for fuel reduction and soil-building at this beautiful retreat center in the hills of Anderson Valley. Both days of learning will be spent outdoors. Learn more about our soil health event.
Free Fir Pole Pickup for our community May 21st – June 6th
Fir Poles, Land Stewardship & DIY Projects
Sun, June 6, 2021. 4 – 5 PM
Come learn about how our land stewardship work has yielded useful building material in the form of carbon-stable, Douglas fir poles, and learn what to do with them! Round fir poles are much stronger and resilient per board foot than milled dimensional lumber. They are one of the readily available gifts the land offers when we tend to it on behalf of fire resilience, biodiversity, and enhanced forest health. Learn more about our Fir Pole event.