Join us for a potluck & discussion with
Regenerative rancher and author of Dawn Again: Tracking the Wisdom of the Wild
Along with her husband and four children, Doniga owns and operates Markegard Family Grass-Fed LLC raising grass-fed beef, lamb, pastured pork, and chicken, supplying the Bay Area with local, nutrient dense foods. The family ranch leases coastal grasslands throughout the Bay Area spanning over 10,000 acres.
Doniga has a background in wildlife tracking and permaculture. In her youth she was mentored by some of the leading wildlife trackers, naturalists and Native spiritual elders.
She is dedicated to finding ways to regenerate lands and community through ranching practices that build soil, sequester carbon, capture and purify water and enhance habitat.
6:00 PM, Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Sign up on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/2LMZYLx
Redwood City Main Library, Community Room
1044 Middlefield Rd. (2nd floor)
Free: Donations welcome to offset expenses
Book signing and books for sale. Also, Markegard products to purchase!
We look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new people who care about the food
we eat and where it comes from.
Presented by the
Weston A. Price Foundation San Mateo County Chapter
Shelley Lane, OMD, Lac, NTP & Elissa Hirsh, Co-leaders