As part of our conservation efforts, Davis Ranches partners with the Center for Land-based Learning to help bring local high school students out to the ranch to learn about and take part in our restoration efforts.
The SLEWS Program (Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship) engages California high school students in habitat restoration projects that enhance classroom learning, develop leadership skills and result in real positive impact for the environment.
Every February, Davis Ranches opens up the ranch to the public for their Annual Bird Day. Starting in the morning with a self-guided tour, followed by lunch, a presentation on our restoration efforts, and ranch tour, birders are encouraged to come join in the "big day" event.
For those who are interested in attending, please send us an email!
Partnering with the Colusa County Master Gardeners, Davis Ranches has been able to provide a venue for these experts to teach about home orchard maintenance. Seasonal workshops focus on how to treat pests, prune, plant, fertilize and harvest fruit.
For more information check out their local website.
Hoping to help educate people on where their food comes from and the sustainable practices that we implement at Davis Ranches, there are several farm tours given each year. These tours focus on water, conservation, and farm practices.
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