- Author: Devii R. Rao
WHEN:Wednesday, October 24th, 8:30 am – noon
WHERE: Veterans Memorial Building, Room 218, 649 San Benito Street, Hollister
The meeting is geared toward owners and managers of working ranches and farms who are looking for ways to keep their land intact and productive for future generations. A panel of landowners will share their experiences with easements and other strategies for successful ranch succession, and a second panel of speakers will describe the tools and programs available for working lands conservation through their organizations and agencies.
Clifton Dorrance, Dorrance Ranches, LP.
John & Jack Varian, V6 Ranch
Dave Brigantino, Soap Lake Ranch, Brigantino Realty
Donnie Baldocchi, Gabilan Ranch
Jeremiah Leibowitz, California Rangeland Trust
Dan Dungy, San Benito Agricultural Land Trust
Matt Brown, PG&E Compensatory Mitigation Program
Jennifer Moonjian, CALTrans Mitigation Programs
Reggie Knox, California FarmLink
The Pajaro Compass is a Network for voluntary conservation that helps people to connect, learn, and partner in the Pajaro River Watershed. The Pajaro Compass provides a way for landowners and managers, public agencies, conservation organizations, funders, and elected officials to connect and engage in efforts to maintain a healthy and productive watershed.