San Luis Obispo County Cattlewomen

The ranches of California's Central Coast produce superior cattle. San Luis Obispo CattleWomen support the local, state and national promotion through beef promotion and education.

The ranches of California's Central Coast produce superior cattle. San Luis Obispo CattleWomen support the local, state and national promotion through beef promotion and education.

Cattlewomen In the Media and Around the County:

RANCH RAISED KIDS is working on a new book of CALIFORNIA KIDS. If you’d like to participate and nominate your ranch, please email {stacih at gmail}. An application will be sent right away. You can check out their Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/ranchraisedkids

Seth Joel and Charlie Holland are shooting a photo project about the reality not the myth of ranching life in California as seen through the eyes of the next generation. Please check out their website for more details. http://ranchraisedkids.com/

https://www.instagram.com/ranchraisedkids/


AgVenture Day 2019 Arroyo Grande High School

The day three-year old Gina Sears sat upon a horse for the first time was the beginning of a lifelong journey leading her to helping people through Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP). Gina, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), works with clients from her office in a stall, a round pen, the arena, or the back of a horse. “My journey as a psychotherapist and lifelong horsewoman has always been an area of dedication. To bring these together is a fusion of my worlds that I feel extremely grateful about,” says Gina.
To read more:

www.slohorsenews.net/trading-the-therapy-couch-for-a-saddle

Meat MYTHCRUSHERS!!

September 30, 2013 by Laurie Lucich · (Edit)

Thankyou to Jane Cochrane for sharing this.  Spread the news everyone!

http://www.meatmythcrushers.com/myths/going-meatless-one-day-a-week.html