Capella Grazing Project

Potter Valley, CA

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The Capella Grazing Project was conceived of and realized by Marie Hoff, and is located in West County Sonoma.  Founded in 2013, Capella Grazing Project is an initiative to link land stewardship with local agriculture.  The project is currently located in Potter Valley, CA, while moving seasonally to work in local orchards, vineyards, for fire fuel reduction, and other local landscapes.  Named Capella after the shepherd’s star in the constellation Auriga, CGP maintains the largest flock of Ouessant sheep in the West. Marie also works as the Fibershed Producer Program Coordinator.

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