Stories from the Field
Blogs, media, podcasts and news to keep you updated on what’s happening on the ground.
“We send up our prayers with smoke, and they are answered by fire,” shares Margo Robbins, quoting a gentleman from her neighboring tribe. It’s a radical concept, but the view of fire as a natural, welcome and sacred part of living on land in California is core to the Yurok tribe, and many other Native tribes in the United States who co-existed with fire for millenia.
We’re happy to announce that Farmer Campus, along with our organizational partners CAFF, received funding to continue our Farming through Wildfire Season program! Thank you for your support in garnering those resources. We’re thrilled to offer viable, actionable solutions for addressing the challenges of farming in wildfire country.
Farmers Cheetah Tchudi and Samantha Zangrilli run TurkeyTail Farm in Yankee Hill, California. This is a diversified farm with vegetables, mushrooms, flowers, livestock, and other value-added products.
Farmers Cheetah and Samantha run TurkeyTail Farm in Yankee Hill, California, a diversified farm with vegetables, mushrooms, flowers, livestock, and other value-added products. During the Camp Fire
Getting your farm and crew prepared for a disaster like a wildfire can feel overwhelming – but having a plan and Go-Bags ahead of time
Overwhelmed thinking about how to face a future of intensifying wildfires? As we head into spring, there’s no better time to evaluate your on-farm risk,
Being impacted by wildfire is terrifying, potentially deadly, and can be extremely costly. But for farmers and ranchers, there are so many layers to the