About Setterlund Ranch & SETTER TOWN
“Our dream will benefit many and it is worth the effort. When you spend a life learning and creating dreams, everything becomes more important when you find a way to bring all your goals together while helping a lot of people at the same time. This final chapter gives value to the legacy of living a good life.”
The ranch sits in the foothills at the northern end of the Sacramento Valley, California, and is one of the oldest ranches in Tehama County. The first owners came to the area from San Francisco in the mid-1800s, acquiring several hundred acres of oak studded ranchland. Over the years most of the property was sold, a new main house built, and the founding family enjoyed this country ranch for more than a century and a half.
My husband Cliff and I purchased the ranch and are the second family to reside on the property. It is now known as the Setterlund Ranch. Cliff is a disabled Veteran, and a place was needed to get him away from the stress, endless noise, and the hustle and bustle of city life. A ranch was the perfect place to relax, restore the soul, and enjoy the sounds of Mother Nature and the tranquility of the country.
In 2019 we have been married 32 years and have worked with families, youth organizations, and community groups all our lives. It is only natural for us to create a project that will benefit many people.