Brittany Cole Bush
Brittany Cole Bush (BCB) is a professional working in the fields of land stewardship, urban grazing, animal husbandry, consulting and education. She has developed and managed grazing programs for the treatment of over 3,000 acres on both private and public lands annually with upwards of 2,500 head of sheep and goats, used strategically with prescriptive grazing strategies for fire hazard reduction, invasive species reduction and vegetation management in over six counties in Northern California.
Working for contract grazing outfit, Star Creek Land Stewards, BCB has procured large-scale, multi-year contracts with public agencies and municipalities such as: CalTrans, PG&E, East Bay Regional Parks District, Parks and Recreation of the Counties of Santa Clara and San Mateo, City of Lincoln, and a number of land trusts and private landowners throughout the greater Bay Area, CA.
BCB has also sat as an elected member on the California Rangeland Management Advisory Committee representing California Wool Growers Association; a member of the Young Entrepreneur Committee for the American Sheep Industry; a contributing writer for the Stockman Grass Farmer and Fibershed. She is also an accredited educator and field professional within the global Savory Institute network and a Southern California native excited about bringing her passion for this work back to where she comes from.