Reno Gazette Journal
Future of Fly Ranch: Burning Man releases top development proposals for wetland property
By Jenny Kane
March 4, 2021
The mystery surrounding the future of Fly Ranch is starting to peel away after Burning Man Project released details of its top development proposals on Wednesday.
The 3,800-acre wetland property has been marketed as a future, year-round rural incubator for Burning Man culture. It will also ideally be a zero-emissions oasis where creativity and sustainability intersect by way of on-site architecture, art and activity.
"Burning Man Project mobilized the desert-tested ingenuity of the Burning Man community and the inspiration of a greater creative culture," stated a Burning Man press release Wednesday.
The San Francisco-based arts nonprofit, best known for the 80,000-person arts festival held annually on the nearby Black Rock Desert playa, is partnering with the Land Art Generator Initiative in Seattle. The initiative specializes in sustainable art and architecture.