Hooves & Hands Healing the Land

Join Friends for a weekend of connection with our grazelands. Grazing, as a regenerative way to work with the land, offers many benefits from fire suppression to soil health. The Transhumance Festival invites the community to learn about this ancient practice, how it is being applied locally, and how everyone can support a food system that benefits the earth.

Friday, April 29th – Farm to Table Dinner

Enjoy a local, seasonal meal inspired by the work of graziers and farmers, to support the work of the Transhumance Festival, hosted by Tara Firma Farms

Petaluma chef Brenda Anderson, of the Secret Kitchen, is creating a lovely family-style meal sourced from local farms and ranches to celebrate the connection of hooves and hands.  Come for a night full of amazing Sonoma County food and wine. Leave with a greater understanding of how ruminants and people work together to better our community.



Saturday, April 30th – Transhumance Festival

Join Friends, Wild Hollow, True Grass Farms and more for a day in connection with local grazing. This is a FREE event but donations are welcome. The Festival will feature speakers, live music, local food and family activities. See below for a schedule of the day. For more information visit the Festival website at https://www.sassyandgrassy.com/


10 to 11:15 am – gather at Grand Central Cafe for coffee, breakfast snacks and kids activities
11:15 to 11:30 am – walk with the goats to Steamer Landing Park
11:30 to 12:30 pm – live music and lunch and drinks at Steamer Landing Park
12:30 to 1:30 pm – A panel on Community Grazing Cooperatives: How we collaborate with each other, the land and grazing animals to steward our neighborhoods into healthy fire ecosystems
1:45 to 3:00 pm – Live music, booths, meet the shepherd, meet the goats