Triple D Ranch & Farm

Triple D Ranch & Farm Flyer (PDF)
(includes Farm Menu)

Ranch

What You Can Do

  • Host Life Leaders Ranch Day for students, teachers, groups (picnics, hay rides, horses, hikes, mini-workshops, fishing, and other options…)
  • Rent the Ranch Room, for seminars, meetings, events…
  • Coaching and consulting in a private setting
  • Board horses in the North Pasture…
  • Events/parties for families, kids and adults…
  • Photography
  • More on the menu David@TripleDRanchAndFarm.com

Principles and Practices

  • Animal sanctuary (6 horses, 3 donkeys, 4 dogs, 8 cats, 2 ducks, barn cat, deer, fish…)
  • Work to have purpose
  • Love ’em and Lead ’em leadership
  • Advocate for adoption and no-kill shelters
  • Support riderless horses in honored traditions for Veterans Day
  • Veterans and others recovering from PTSD can heal faster connecting to animals, assessing barriers, and planning solutions
  • Working with animals helps develop fitness, responsibility, and instinctive leadership
  • People often treat other people and animals about the same when no one is looking–improving treatment of animals improves treatment of humans
  • Donate space for Life Leaders Ranch programs (501 c3 nonprofit)

Recent Events

On March 18 and 19, Dr. Dyson visited two sections of the University of Montevallo’s Environment and Society class to lecture on “Agricultural Sustainability and Personal Environmental Leadership.” Please feel free to use the following resources and share them with others!

Triple D Ranch Pinterest Board: 

Farm

Principles and Practices:

  • Grow fruits, vegetables, and plants organically without chemicals
  • Recycle kitchen organic material into compost for plants
  • Because of natural horsemanship, not using chemicals and minimizing processed feeds, horse manure supports organic composting after aging enriches soil
  • No or low till organic gardening supports long-term natural biosystems
  • Food grown has fed veterans in homeless shelters
  • Food grown has yielded donations and sales to support farm and ranch
  • Food grown has fed horses healthy foods minimizing need for medicine

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