Grazing for Change Speaker Videos

This is better than having been at the Conference because you can play the videos over and over and learn the fine points. — jtl

Conference Speaker Videos

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Allan Savory – Grazing in Nature’s Image

Tony Malmberg – How to run more livestock on public land

Bill Burrows – Livestock’s place in the healthy forest ecosystem

Dr. Christine Jones – An Australian Perspective on managing rangelands for drought

Spencer and Abbey Smith – Key to managing complexity: how to manage with a holistic context

Dr. Jason Rowntree – What do we know about the science of Holistic Management Strategy

Tre Cates – Savory Institute Hub Program and the “Tools for monitoring progress”​

Robb Wolf – Holistic Management and Human Health

Gabe Brown

Dr. Christine Jones – How ranchers are getting paid for sequestering carbon

James Komar- Systems-based soil management – a virtuous cycle of (not-so) serendipitous outcomes

Allan Savory – Current conditions of publicly owned rangeland in the U.S.

Rob Rutherford – Public Lands: The 800 Pound Gorilla in the Room

William Burnidge – Planned grazing on 14,00 acre Fox Ranch Preserve

Dr. Cyndi Daley – Connecting Holistic Management concepts

Grazing for Change – Scientific Roundtable

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You might be interested in this books supplement: Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual.

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