Grown in Marin
University of California
Grown in Marin

Holistic Management/Intensive Rotational Grazing on Small Acreage

Date: December 12, 2018

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Contact: Pam Krone, pam.krone@noaa.gov, 831-647-4238

Sponsor: California Marine Sanctuary Foundation

Location: Elkhorn Slough Foundation

Event Details

Can rotational grazing work on small acreage work?  Learn from the experience of ranchers and NRCS experts regarding the issues and considerations of rotational grazing on small ranches including carrying capacity, livestock choices, weed problems, dealing with neighbors and maintaining wildlife corridors.  Learn how to use the framework for holistic management that includes objective setting and adaptive management.  What are the benefits to the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary of carbon sequestration practices on working lands?  Speakers:  TomKat Ranch Manager Mark Biaggi, Holistic Rancher Joe Morris, Retired NRCS conservationist Rich Casale and California Marine Sanctuary Foundation Pam Krone.

The tour will take place at:
Fiesta Farm
1481 San Miguel Canyon Road, Royal Oaks, CA, 95076

This is a FREE demo event.  

RSVP to save your spot with Pam Krone at: pam.krone@noaa.gov or 831-647-4238.

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