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Making Sense of Fly Ranch — #2: Sound

November 14, 2017
In this five-part blog series, Burning Man Project Land Fellow, Lisa Schile-Beers (a.k.a. Scirpus), will share the ecological survey work she is doing on Fly Ranch by using touch, taste, smell, sound and sight to frame her findings and guide you around the property. Burning Man’s Fellows program is an investment in people, leadership and […]

Making Sense of Fly Ranch — #1: Touch

August 9, 2017
In this five-part blog series, Burning Man Project Land Fellow, Lisa Schile-Beers (a.k.a. Scirpus), will share the ecological survey work she is doing on Fly Ranch by using touch, taste, smell, sound and sight to frame her findings and guide you around the property. Burning Man’s Fellows program is an investment in people, leadership and […]

Gerlach, Burning Man, and Where It All Goes From Here

August 24, 2016
Every now and then you get a reminder of where you are on the planet as you sit and work and play in the dust of the Black Rock Desert. The reminder usually comes when you make your way back into the town of Gerlach – to pick up a package, visit the office, maybe […]

What’s in a Gift? The Making of Fly Ranch

July 21, 2016
Burning Man is simply not possible without gifting. If you’ve ever been to Black Rock City, you know how this goes. You receive countless gifts of all kinds, big and small, day and night. It’s almost as if 70,000 people are singularly focused on making you happy, bringing you joy, making your experience more interesting, […]

We Bought Fly Ranch

June 10, 2016
Wait, what? Burning Man Project has purchased the Fly Ranch property, 3,800 acres of land located twenty-one miles north of Gerlach in Washoe County, Nevada.