SF Bay Area Ranches: Healthy Habitat, Beef Cattle, Families

When you take Hwy 680 through the southeast Bay Area, do you appreciate the magnificent landscape along the freeway? Do you appreciate the management of fire fuels on the hillsides? When you stop for dinner (if you aren’t a vegan or vegetarian!) – would a steak taste good?  Thank these environmentalists!

From the California Beef Council:   

In the middle of California’s Bay Area, a ranching family provides a haven for wildlife and endangered species. The family’s management practices have not only improved rangeland health, but is a prime example of the conservation ethic that has been instilled over generations in the ranchers who manage the lands today — and the love of the land that is being passed on to their children.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfFegsRVmEY&feature=related

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I like going places: out West, west of the West, and all the way around the back of the globe to the East. I like to go by train, plane, automobile, horseback. Whatever. And I like writing about what I see, feel, hear, smell, and touch all along the way and once I get there.

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