Fly Ranch is a new year-round venue for Burning Man activities. This 3,800 acre site opens the door to new possibilities, exciting cultural experiments, and art and innovation projects on a scale never before envisioned.
In this five-part blog series, Burning Man Project Land Fellow, Lisa Schile-Beers (a.k.a. Scirpus), will share the ecological survey work ...Read More
“I probably shouldn’t have worn sandals,” I thought as we piled out of two unmarked white vans. We were about ...Read More
With a year-round water source at Fly Ranch, a suite of species occurs that would be hard-pressed to find comfort ...Read More
During the first month of my fellowship, a constant question kept popping up: how do I relay the data I’m ...Read More
Burning Man is simply not possible without gifting. If you’ve ever been to Black Rock City, you know how this ...Read More
Wait, what? Burning Man Project has purchased the Fly Ranch property, 3,800 acres of land located twenty-one miles north of ...Read More