Richard Teague, Ph.D.: Planned Grazing to Regenerate Ecosystem & Watershed Function . . . and Livelihoods

Richard Teague


Healthy agricultural ecosystems are considerably more productive, stable and resilient than those in poor condition. Farm and ranch livelihoods depend on healthy ecosystems, yet the value of ecosystem services to society in terms of watershed, etc., is worth more than agricultural earnings. Learn how research backs up the in-practice observations of holistic management and intensive grazing practitioners.

(1 hour, 00 minutes, 29 seconds) Recorded at the 2015 Acres U.S.A. Conference, Pittsburgh, PA Thursday, December 10, 2015

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