Brandon is always working on a variety of projects that share a broader mission: reconnecting people with how food is grown and promoting sustainable farm practices.
Agricultural Tourism Site, San Joaquin Valley, CA
With a legacy farm family, we are developing a site along Highway 120 that will be a center for agricultural education, complete with touring gardens, a winery, a creamery, guest accommodations and an agricultural product store. We want to change the concept of Central Valley mono crops, reinventing the farm using modern tools and age-old naturalistic processes to enrich the soil and support a wider variety of crops.
Brandon has been an artist in residence at this site over the past year and a half. While there, he’s developed several early prototypes for sustainable building, including hay bale construction and rammed earth.