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Stewards Of The Land

stewards of the land

We honor the natural beauty of country life in Sonoma County by being stewards of our land. We appreciate the rugged landscape, hay fields and the surrounding vine-covered hillsides, all of which represent the history of the land in this area.

The multifaceted use of Wing & Barrel Ranch represents farming, hunting and shooting, taking us back to our roots and reconnecting
with the outdoors. With views of the Mayacamas and Sonoma Mountain ranges, Mt. Tamalpais and Mt. Diablo, this is a sanctuary where
members can escape to the country.

Wing & Barrel Ranch membership keeps alive the traditions of the sporting and hunting life and ensures that many generations to come will enjoy this land.

point BLUE conservation SCIENCE + SAN PABLO BAY WILDLIFE RESERVE

We are continually striving to lead our industry in regard to sustainable, forward thinking management of our property and balancing the ecological, recreational and agricultural activities on site. Wing & Barrel Ranch is situated between multiple public properties that are of high ecological value and are explicitly managed for ecological health and function.

With the guidance of Point Blue Conservation Science, we are focusing on habitat connectivity and climate change resiliency with the potential to link up with adjacent properties and connect fragmented wildlife corridors in the greater San Pablo Bay. Our first step is to pilot re-vegetation practices to substantially increase native plant species cover and diversity in current conditions, that will also be resilient in future climate scenarios. Ultimately, this pilot planting will inform larger scale re-vegetation efforts that will successfully result in a resilient habitat into the future.