Sustainable Ranching & Net Zero Beef Production
San Bernardo Creek Ranch located in Morro Bay on the California Central Coast is committed to Sustainable Ranching & a goal of Net Zero Beef Production.
Today Customers want to know who is producing their food and want to know HOW their food is produced, with the assurance that we are doing as much as we can to minimize our Carbon foot print and help address the issue of Climate change.
At San Bernardo Creek we take the following actions for sutainable farming and reduce our cardon foot print with a goal of producing NET ZERO Coastal Beef.
- Three Gravity Fed Water Troughs direct from Hillside Springs.
- One Solar Power Water Pumps for Cattle Trough
- Planting of two new native Oak Trees watered by Natural Springs
- Solar Powered Entrance Gate
- Solar Powered Internet Access Point
- 30 Roof Top Solar Panel power generation system rated at 12KW/Hr
- In 2023 Sell Beef to Local Butchers and Chefs located 5 miles from Ranch.
Currently, the California Central Coast is experiencing severe drought conditions making it difficult to sustain the current Angus Beef Herd and impossible for us to raise sheep on the central coast.
Our Goal is produce NET ZERO BEEF, for Customers in Morro Bay who buy our NET zero Beef from the Morro Bay Butcher or Eat it at Local Restaurants such as Dorns and Dockside located just 5 miles from San Bernardo Creek Ranch.
Bees have cultural and environmental importance as pollinators and producers of honey and medicinal products. The movement of pollen between plants is necessary for plants to fertilize and reproduce. Both farmed and wild bees control the growth and quality of vegetation.
The number of honey bee hives in USA has decreased from 6 million in the 1940s to about 2.5 million today.
San Bernardo Creek Ranch is committed to the preservation of Bees and currently hosts approximately 100 Hives.