One Year with the Root Down Barn

We raised a barn at POST-protected Root Down Farm near Pescadero, California. We wanted to see how the farmer's settling into the new barn. Here's what we found.

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Preventing Droughts and Floods…with Cows

How can well managed grasslands prevent droughts, floods and slow the impacts of climate change? Guest blogger Christine Su has the answers here.

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Bee-nefits of Wild Bees

Wild bees are pollinating upwards of 39% of our crops in California. Whoa! Wait, what? Really? It's true! Learn more here.

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Grow. Harvest. Cook

Whether entertaining friends or planning a romantic dinner for two, the local flavors and variety of recipes within this digital book will impress any guest.

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Meet Jose Ramirez – A San Mateo County Farmer

Jose Ramirez is one of the few first-generation Mexican farmer owners on the San Mateo coast. This is his story. This is his future.

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Data Driven Stewardship

Current research suggests that well-managed grass fed cattle operations can have a beneficial impact on local ecology. Could this be a win-win for cattle ranchers and conservationists?

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Rebuilding the Root Down Barn

Since 1997, POST has been caring for the 6,857-acre Cloverdale Coastal Ranches near Pescadero, CA. This is the home of the Root Down Barn, one of the iconic barns on the San Mateo coast. In this video series, we explore our work rebuilding this historic barn.

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Connecting to Our Farms

It’s the connections we create that make a lasting impact in our communities. This story is an example of that, everything came together in the right way to connect a local restaurant with POST-protected Blue House Farms.

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Stewardship Stories: Grown Here, Made Here, Built Here

In this video, the second in a series, we tell the story of what it takes to sustainably build a barn meant to last for 300 years. Tune in!

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Friend A Farmer – CSAs on the Peninsula

What if you could have farm fresh food delivered every week? You’d be pretty excited, right? Well, it’s true! We work with a number of farms that participate in “Community Supported Agriculture” (CSA). Here's what you need to know to get started.

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