Can raising meat on pasture actually improve soil ecology and help combat climate change? “It’s not the cow, it’s the how!” Come learn about Freestone Ranch in Petaluma--a grassfed beef and land stewardship company restoring historically overgrazed land back to ecological vitality--and sample their extremely flavorful and nourishing beef, which we cook with in our kitchen and sell in our store.
Meet regenerative grazing advocate Ariel Greenwood, Freestone’s Grazing Manager, and learn about Holistic Planned Grazing and animal impact as a key part of their restoration efforts. Freestone’s vision is to reframe our relationships with the land, the animals, the people who care for them and the foods they provide us.
Ariel Greenwood is a conservation grazier and first generation rancher. Her work centers on working with large ruminants to be positive forces of change in California's grasslands, and she is passionate about inviting the public into the field to fall in love with these wild ecosystems and the domestic grazing animals that help maintain them.
Three Stone Hearth Education Cancellation Policy:
If you pre-register for this class and are unable to attend, please send an email to email@example.com letting us know. You may cancel and request a full refund up until 24 hours before the class. We will issue a credit to your account for the full class price. If you cancel with less than 24 hours notice, we will not issue a credit to your account, however you may apply the class fee towards a future class to be used within 6 months. After 6 months, that credit will be void. If you can not attend, you are also welcome to send someone else in your place. However, please let us know that you will be doing this. If you contact us after the class, no refunds or credits will be issued. When Three Stone Hearth, must cancel a class, you will receive a full refund for any fees paid towards the class.