The property is located on 40 acres in Mendocino County, on which also sits Yokayo Roots Farm, a young farm committed to growing nutritious food for people while working to adapt a low-input, low tech, climate-friendly method of growing staple food crops in a dry climate. Recognizing the critical role of soil health, their goal is to grow food using only mineral dust as fertilizer, while using mainly human, solar, and animal power.
Yokayo Ranch encompasses 4 buildings, two large houses and two pool side cabanas, 8 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms total. Unique amenities include a large lawn, covered porches, saltwater swimming pool and spa, outdoor bar, campsites, wood stoves in the winter and more.
Yokayo Ranch is owned and operated by a visionary and dedicated team who have generously offered to host this workshop with the Bionutrient Food Association. Both shared and private rooms are available, should participants wish to stay overnight. Accomodations and rates are listed on the workshop registration page. See www.yokayoranch.com for more information about the facilities and rooms.