This project’s goal is to sustainably collect healthy indigenous plants.
We are currently working on incorporating borderline perennials as well as plant selection for cold, drought, frost, and salt tolerant traits.
Our no-till tree nursery at Engler Canyon Ranch is home to hundreds of deciduous trees, service berries, fruit trees, and flowering trees and shrubs.
Wildflower and pollinator projects are being incorporated into each of our sanctuaries.
Our grassland restoration project is currently happening at Engler Canyon Ranch and will soon expand to Disappointment Valley Mustang Sanctuary as well as our other properties.
With almost 400 acres of Texas rolling hill countryside, our ranch is home to the year-round headwaters of Bee Creek. The steep slopes and thick underbrush along the creek provide vital habitat to a wide array of wildlife.
Located in the foothills of Fresno County, our ranch sits between the High Sierras and San Joaquin Valley, providing both vital habitat as well as allowing wildlife to escape the harsh elements.