Sonoma Resource Conservation District helps individuals and community groups drive the solutions to our most pressing natural resource issues, such as drought and climate change. Established in 1946, the organization does this by making available technical, financial, and educational resources, and then focusing or coordinating those resources so that they meet the needs of the local community and achieve the greatest benefit to soil, water and related natural resources.
SEI is an environmental nonprofit building leaders to drive sustainability solutions for a resilient world. For over 20 years, SEI has partnered with schools, communities, and businesses to develop a sustainability leadership pathway from elementary school to early career. In 2019-2020, the Eames Ranch hosted an emerging professional through SEI’s Climate Corps fellowship program to build a baseline for our energy and water conservation through data collection and analysis.
Windrush Farm, founded in 1995 by Mimi Luebbermann, grew from an intention of living simply, farming fiber, and functioning as a quiet space for Luebbermann’s long-standing writing career. Windrush Farm has since evolved into an educational facility, introducing Bay Area children and adults to farm life, wool, and the real world of animals, grass, and sunshine. For over two decades, Windrush Farm has grazed its sheep on the Eames Ranch property.