Regenerative agriculture is our solution

Regenerative agriculture is the science, art, or occupation concerned with providing ample, nutritious food; improving local economies equitably; building soil fertility; restoring biodiversity, water cycling, and water quality; and using natural processes to achieve climate stability by restoring carbon and other nutrients to the soil.

Regenerative agriculture is the science, art, or occupation concerned with providing ample, nutritious food; improving local economies equitably; building soil fertility; restoring biodiversity, water cycling, and water quality; and using natural processes to achieve climate stability by restoring carbon and other nutrients to the soil.

Our Latest News and Resources

“We have the imperative and obligation to engage in a form of agriculture that restores and nurtures rural communities as well as the lands and natural cycles on which we all depend.”

Kat Taylor
Founding Board Member, TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation (TKREF)

Our Method

We optimize for water, climate stability, economic livelihoods, biodiversity, human health, animal welfare, and healthy ample food by employing these practices:

Ranch-wide Planning
Monitoring
Managed Grazing
Rest and Recovery
Biodiversity Stewardship
Building Healthy Soil

What We Do

Regenerative Ranching

TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation (TKREF) demonstrates the practices and benefits of regenerative rangeland management and supports the tools that speed its adoption.

Fork to Farm

Our Fork to Farm partnerships influence the way society eats in order to accelerate the adoption of regenerative agriculture.

Gathering for Action

TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation (TKREF) brings people together for meaningful conversations that catalyze the transition to a regenerative agriculture system.

Photo Credit: William Milliot

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Do you own or manage rangelands in the Bay Area?
Are you hoping to increase the resilience and productivity of those rangelands?

The San Mateo Resource Conservation District (SMRCD) is excited to host the Regenerative Ranching 101 Educational Series for landowners, current and future rangeland managers, and technical assistance providers. First installment is @tomkatranch and we are so excited! Join us! Link to register on linktree.
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It’s 🌍Earth Day! The perfect time to celebrate the power of regenerative ranching! By adopting regenerative practices like planned grazing, regenerative ranchers help combat climate change, promote soil health, preserve biodiversity, and maintain healthier ecosystems.

And what better way to celebrate than to fire up a #RealBurgerOfEarthDay made with 100% #grassfed #beef. Pictured here, @leftcoastgrassfed bunless bacon cheeseburger.

And there’s still time to enter the Real Burger of Earth Day sweepstakes to win an awesome prize that includes a Weber Summit® Kamado grill, a top-of-the-line solution for all your grassfed cooking needs, and some salt and spice swag from @redmondrealsalt and @bunzlprocessordivision. The lucky winner will be announced shortly after Earth Day!

You can enter at https://www.realburgerofearthday.com/

#realburgerofearthday #grassfed #earthday
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News from TomKat Ranch, April 2024 - A Call to Action for Earth Day 🌎 In this month`s newsletter - Dung Beetles, Real Burger Challenge, CA Council of Land Trusts, What We`re Reading (Earth Day)

Find the link to our News and Resources in our LinkTree.
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It’s Not the Cow, It’s The How!

One thing 100% grassfed cattle ranchers know for sure is that it’s not the cow itself that causes environmental challenges; it’s HOW cows are managed that can cause problems for them and us.

That’s why ranchers raising 100% grassfed beef are not part of the problem; they’re part of the solution. Grasslands are an ecosystem unto themselves, but they’re shrinking, and the cattle who graze them are critical in the fight against climate change.

Make the switch to 100% grassfed beef. Buy some today at LeftCoast GrassFed.
#realburgerofearthday #grassfed #earthday #webergrill @redmondrealsalt @bunzlprocessordivision
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Our Certifications

Land to Market uses Savory’s Ecological Outcomes Verification protocol to measure regenerative outcomes and land health on farms and ranches.
CCOF is one of the first certifying agencies that provide a variety of tools and resources that make organic certification management easier.
American Grassfed Association is recognized as the leading definition and standard for grassfed meat and dairy production, ensuring consumers products are never fed antibiotics, hormones are kept on pastures from birth to harvest, and come from U.S. family farms and ranches.

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