True Grass Farms is all about food, ecology, and culture, which means developing our relationship to food in order to change our relationship with our landscapes.
Guido Frosini and his family have owned their family ranch since 1867, but it wasn’t until six years ago that True Grass Farms was born. Since then, True Grass Farms has been the recipient of the 2014 Environmental Stewardship Award for the Western Regions with the Cattlemen’s Association and is constantly rethinking their sense of agency in relationship to the regenerative movement.
According to Frosini, “Our growing ecological lexicons and relationship to land will help us communicate to others our deeper need of connection and give us a more clear sense of place and a more loving approach to accepting who we are as individuals and as a community in the world we live in.”
A typical day for Frosini involves espresso, checking in on the farm and his cattle, building a fence, more espresso, making some phone calls, sending some emails, cleaning the porch, cooking some delicious meals, evening espresso, and enjoying the sunset (please note that seasonal variances may apply to all aforementioned tasks).
For Frosini, his greatest achievement has been developing a strong and deep relationship to the land. That and that one time they were featured in the November 2013 issue of Playboy as part of the “19 Things to do Before You Die”…eat their beef, of course. See their comical feature in the Point Reyes Light.Reserve Your Seat