Our animals are not only fiber-producing animals, but also have fire prevention benefits. The organic matter produced by sheep increases the percentage of organic carbon in the soil, which results in the soil’s increased ability to hold water. This provides a critical buffer to the impacts of drought. Our animals are an integral part of vegetation management. As our animals graze, they prevent dry brush which fuels wildfires from accumulating, and eliminates the need for herbicides to kill weeds. The manure and urine of our livestock enriches the soil. This synergistic relationship of the animals with the land promotes ecological resilience.