Fly Ranch is Burning Man’s 3,800-acre ranch in the Black Rock Desert.
We’ve hosted around 50 campouts and gatherings, more than 500 nature walks, and dozens of builds for art and infrastructure. The land is home to 150 types of plants, 130 types of birds, 150 hot and cold springs, fish, frogs, snails, bobcats, coyotes, mountain lions, and antelope. Projects are organized by hundreds of volunteers and focus on reconnection, healing, and the land. The goal is to establish a permanent home for Burning Man, human creativity, and regenerative innovation at scale. See the Fly Ranch website to learn more.
LAGI 2020 is our flagship project. LAGI is a design challenge and process to build sustainable systems for food, power, water, shelter, and waste management.