Burning Man Buys New Land
Burning Man Festival blog recently posted that it has acquired the Fly Ranch, a 3,800-acre property located in Washoe County, Nevada.
“In 2012 we became a nonprofit with the intention of amplifying and extending Burning Man culture,” the statement reads. “So here we are, taking a big step in that direction. As a year-round site, Fly Ranch has the potential to expand Burning Man Project’s activities and existing programs, as well as amplify Burning Man’s cultural impact into the wider world beyond Black Rock City.”
The festival acknowledges that its still not sure what Fly Ranch will be used for. “We’re a long way from defining exactly what will happen at Fly Ranch,” the confirmation remarks. “But it’s not too early to begin dreaming of the potential. We’re inspired by this milestone and hope you are too. At this stage there are simply more questions than answers.”