Paca Pride Receives Press!

It would be easy to say we are all excited here at Paca Pride because of the press we received in the April newsletter for our local Snohomish Conservation District. However, what excites us more is the cultivation of a fantastic relationship with a truly valuable organization to anyone who is doing any sort of homesteading in this area.  The Snohomish Conservation District has been a partner with Paca Pride Guest Ranch all the way back to when we were first writing our business plan in 2004.  They provided the critical transfer of technology and information through their wonderful service of developing our farm plan when we were first considering our project.  This valuable tool has informed many of our development decisions from how to design our fencing to the size compost bin we’ll need for our llama poop!Beyond helping us at our inception, the Conservation District has been out to the ranch for many visits during our development phases to provide guidance, analysis, and objective criticism.  Their assistance in worth its weight in gold!

So, yes, we’re excited out here at Paca Pride and we hope you getting excited too after reading about us in the Conservation District’s April newsletter:

http://cid-a3cba6df66e231a7.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/Paca%20Pride%20Press/Spring%202010%20-%20Snohomish%20Conservation%20District%20News.pdf

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One Response to Paca Pride Receives Press!

  1. Greg says:

    Perhaps the poop could be dried, burned, and used as heat source? Just a thought..Love the socks!

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