Please join the Ted Chamberlin Ranch, the Cachuma Resource Conservation District, and the Community Environmental Council to learn how California’s Central Coast farmers and ranchers can improve their soil health, and sequester carbon while providing numerous agricultural benefits.
Events will be hosted in both San Luis Obispo and the Santa Ynez Valley. You are welcome to attend either or both.
As you may know, the Ted Chamberlin Ranch has been selected as the first Carbon Farming Demonstration project in our region by the California Department of Food Agriculture’s Healthy Soils Program. This site is one of a dozen sites from around the state, and has been selected to demonstrate that simple land management tools can yield a wide range of soil and water benefits here in Santa Barbara County. We are inviting local farmers, ranchers, agency representatives and other advocates to learn about the demonstration site and the multiple benefits associated with Healthy Soils management tools and practices.
See attached flier for more detailed program information.
San Luis Obispo:
March 15, 9:00–11:30am (plus optional ranch tour)
Register for this free event by March 9 here: http://bit.ly/2EapCY8
March 16, 12:15–3:00pm (lunch included)
Register for this free event by March 9 here: http://bit.ly/2FTpIj0
You will receive driving and parking instructions in your registration confirmation.
Please call Allegra Roth, Food & Climate Program Associate at the Community Environmental Council at (805) 963-0583 x104 with any questions.