The (non profit) organization behind the annual Burning man event in Nevada has recently purchased a $6 million ranch property, intent on establishing it as a “permanent settlement” for burners, artists and other creatives.

Set over 3,800 acres in Northwest Nevada, the groups exact plans for the “Fly Ranch” remain vague, but hint at the ability to harness time beyond the week of its Black Rock City couterpart. “Fly Ranch is a much smaller space [than Black Rock City], but with potential year-round access, it offers the gift of time,” the group has said “Eventually we’ll be able to create more opportunities spread out throughout the year.” Furthermore, the group laid out a distinct persons, describing Burning Man as, “a global cultural movement having an impact on social, economic, and artistic norms and structures.”

Take a look at the Fly Ranch introduction video below and learn all about Burning Man’s new venture HERE