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Rancho Palomino Santa Barbara  501(c)3  EIN 82-2539372 

Protecting the central coast from development by revitalizing the Indigenous occupation and heritage of Santa Barbara's First Nations' Families.END  the ERASURE AND GENOCIDE NOW! New evidence shows that we are still perpetuating genocide upon our indigenous neighbors who are hurting. You know our First Nation has been left with NO Coastal Land because of erasure. We have to protect our environment from fossil fuel companies. and REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS who are operating for free on stolen FIRST NATIONS LANDS! To protect our coastal lifestyle we have to act NOW to revitalize and stand with the resilient and honorable FIRST PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA. We must stand against and STOP American genocide and stand with our neighbors who are the only hope for preserving the coastal lands! These lands are in trust by PATENTED Land GRANTS that are part of the undeveloped Santa Barbara coast for thousands of years! These crimes of LAND THEFT for development and RESOURCE THEFT ARE REAL. THE REPUBLICANS HAVE THEIR HANDS IN OUR COASTAL COMMUNITY  perpetuating genocide with the Breau of Land Management this is happening today in SANTA BARBARA we can not allow our Coastal First Nation to be erased. 

The purpose of our farm is to share what we love with the world.

Farms carry our most precious resources. We believe farms are a place for cultivating so much more than food..


We must reduce our farm sizes so we have less factory food.!!

More small community farms create a local connection to our shared resources, We believe clean land = clean water "saying it" isn't enough.


We know we need to pay attention to our environment 2020 is a huge example of how we can use our collective voice for change. Ditching factory farms is a big deal. It is important to preserve access to little community farms for free food..


Our Family mission is to preserve our access to Californias special Indegenious coastal traditions. The natural neurological balance that connectedness provides is needed to form strong communities.

We have to be out in care of nature. We enjoy farming activities as Indegenous people we have always farmed. We grew up here and the farms are now all pretty much gone in Santa Barbara .


We used to ride horses from our home to the parks and trails. We had a very horse friendly community until more recently. We hope newcommers will try to learn the updated history of the coastal chumash cultures. We have a opportunity to be supportive while these people revitalize their beautiful tribe and rancho land ownership.


We can unify over farms and cultivating food on small local plots of land and create communities of collective food sharing. Nothing is free for a small farmer but hard work and shared expense can create change.... We are cultivating a clear vision that includes you!


Life is better outside with friends. Come help us build a new way of farming. Bring the family and lets keep our community focus on making a better world outside. Until we See you on the farm.

- The Rancho Palomino family

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"Membership directly supports our expenses to rescue and rehab animals in need. We continue to provide care for many years after our animals retirement, keeping them busy and loved. We can only do this with your help. Thank you for helping us keep our rescued animals living long socially active lives we also welcome sponsors for any of our rescued animals. call to help us afford the horses we love. 805-570-5075


WE absolutely LOVE MEMBERS!

you are welcome (by appointment only due to our scheduled activities.) we also invite you to participate working at your comfort level on the farm and with the animals.


We host a early Members Only Thank you Dinner in October..

You are helping build a model for inclusive family farming.

Meet our members and the Rancho animals, while you enjoy good food and good conversations.


A farm is a labor of love and a reality of riches. We are not made of money... Please enjoy and build it with us. Sadie Bustillos Artist and Director