Fly Ranch is Burning Man’s 3,800 acre ranch in Northern Nevada. The land is home to Fly Geyser, hot springs, three reservoirs, wetlands, animals, and more than 100 types of plants. Since 2017 we’ve had 30+ open campouts and 300+ nature walks. Our aim is to steward the land and be a space for healing, growth, connection, and transformation. We host nature walks a few times a month if you’d like to visit.
We need sustainable infrastructure to be good land stewards. To address this need the Land Art Generator Initiative designed a Fly Ranch design challenge. We aim to create a dozen or more projects focused on food, power, water, shelter, and waste.
Burning Man Project has three 2030 goals: be carbon negative, sustainably manage waste, and be ecologically regenerative. We committed to these goals because we need to prioritize the health of the planet. See our update to learn how open-source projects at Fly Ranch support the roadmap.
This site has all the relevant information for anyone to get involved. There are over 100 links. Our online conversations primarily happen in our Facebook group. Connect with land stewards there, follow us on Instagram, or sign up for our email list to stay informed.