The people of Tejon Ranch take great pride in the careful and responsible management of the land entrusted to them.

In 2008, an agreement with five major environmental groups was forged to form partnerships ensuring continued stewardship that is already embedded the ranch’s culture.  90% of the land will remain undeveloped for future generations to enjoy. The agreement is an outgrowth of the vision for its land that Tejon Ranch has been articulating for years, a vision that includes extensive conservation.

This podcast offers an inside look into the culture of stewardship that permeates every aspect of Tejon, its programs and future development.  It’s why the land is so breathtaking.

Barry Zoeller and Mike Campeau talk about stewardship and what it means to Tejon Ranch, its future residents and generations who will be able to enjoy the ranch for years to come because of this unprecedented effort.