Episode 127. Allen Williams and Adaptive Stewardship Management Grazing

In this episode, Lee Rinehart, a sustainable agriculture specialist with NCAT’s ATTRA sustainable-agriculture program, talks with world renowned rancher and grazing educator Allen Williams.

Lee, who works out of NCAT’s Northeast Regional Office in Keene, N.H., and Allen talk about what Allen calls adaptive stewardship management grazing and how it could increase the supply of livestock on the market as it helps solve many issues currently associated with animal agriculture.

For more information on this topic, you can contact Lee Rinehart directly at lee@ncat.org.

Related ATTRA Resources:

Nutrient Cycling in Pastures

Building Healthy Pasture Soils

Soils and Compost

Grazing Resources

Livestock and Pasture

Other Resources:

Understanding Ag

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