Rainmaker Farm is The Gulch Environmental Foundation’s current Highlighted Project
Rainmaker Farm is a quarter section (160-acre) parcel that is a working landscape located in Noble County, just under 1 hour north of Stillwater, Oklahoma
At this phase we are designing planting plans and establishing baseline conditions for a variety of soil health and biodiversity metrics to establish what is on the property currently, what differences exist between habitats, and to document trends over time and with changes to land management.
Please see preliminary maps and baseline reports at the following links.
ANNUAL IMPACT REPORT 2022
It was a year of milestones for the Gulch Environmental Foundation, and with your support we accomplished some incredible things. Our 2022 Annual Impact Report details our mission, projects including Rainmaker Farm, infrastructure planning, educational programs, volunteer days, team bios, and more!
FARM LANDS PROJECT: TURNING OUR CONSERVATION IDEAS INTO ON THE GROUND ACTION.
We are reforming traditional working landscapes into regenerative spaces that continue to provision food resources to people, while also improving the soil conditions to sequester carbon, providing local employment and hands on educational opportunities, and supporting wildlife habitat in working landscapes.
WHAT YOU DO MAKES A DIFFERENCE, AND YOU HAVE TO DECIDE WHAT KIND OF DIFFERENCE YOU WANT TO MAKE.
– Dr. Jane Goodall