Conservation Partners Grant to Help Noble Research Institute with Regenerative Ranch Management Education

Noble Research Institute announced that it has been awarded one of 16 new working lands grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation through the Conservation Partners Program. The $468,400 grant will aid in implementing regenerative management programming across Southern Great Plains working lands. Josh Gaskamp, regenerative ranching advisor and manager at Noble, said, “The Conservation Partners Program grant will support our continued development and delivery of our foundational and advanced courses in regenerative land, grazing, and business management, in person and online, within the Southern Great Plains.”