Willow-Witt Ranch's popular agritourism vacation experience, land conservation, restoration, alternative energy, sustainable organic agriculture and more is in the news! Check out the news and magazine articles below.
Willow-Witt Ranch Featured in the book Comfortably Wild
Willow-Witt Ranch is proud to be among 36 properties featured in Comfortably Wild, the first glamping book ever written about the best glamping destinations in North America.
Land defenders on heightened alert one year after Trump shrinks U.S. monuments
U.S. conservation groups have rallied to protect other at-risk areas
Dave Willis, President of the Soda Mountain Wilderness Council, sits on his horse in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Oregon, USA. Photo taken September 7, 2018. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Gregory Scruggs
OREGON - One year after U.S. President Donald Trump declared the biggest rollback of public land protection in the country's history, conservation groups have rallied to protect other at-risk places.
Agriturismo, American style: 8 farm and food experiences in the USA
Agritourism is on the rise in the USA
Italy may have defined the concept of agriturismo (a working farm that takes in guests), but you don’t need a passport to have an authentic experience that brings you closer to the source. Domestic agritourism is on the rise.
Willow-Witt Farm: Powered by solar energy, passion for the land
Willow-Witt Ranch is a small organic farm on 440 acres in Oregon. Its emphasis is sustainable agriculture and conservation.
Willow-Witt Ranch was a semi-finalist in Business Circle’s 2016 Real Stories Contest. This video was created by John Grimshaw.
Suzanne Willow and Lanita Witt went looking for a large patch of land in the 1980s so they could do small-scale farming. It had to be above 3,500 feet to avoid poison oak, and it had to be in the Ashland, Oregon school district for their daughter, who was 10 at the time.