Diane Mayerfeld
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Diane Mayerfeld commented on Steve Gabriel's event Temperate Tree Fodder - Virtual Seminar
"I can't quite figure out how to register - I clicked "might attend" and downloaded the calendar note, but I'm not getting a link for the event.   Also, in the event I have to be driving that day, will the sessions be…"
Nov 3, 2021
Diane Mayerfeld might attend Steve Gabriel's event

Temperate Tree Fodder - Virtual Seminar at online

December 10, 2021 from 10am to 4:30pm
Friday, December 10 from 10am to 4:30pm Eastern TimeVirtual via Zoom*Free registration, with a suggested $30 - 50 donation to benefit the Community Solidarity Agroforestry Fund from Silver Run Forest Farm This event will explore the rich potential for utilizing tree fodder on temperate farm landscapes as a resilient source of food and medicine for grazing livestock. Hosted by…See More
Nov 3, 2021
Diane Mayerfeld replied to Joanne Vaughn's discussion How to measure average amount of sun light hitting silvopasture floor?
"I would also love to hear what others have to say about this.   What I  have done is take 2 HOBO Onset temperature / light loggers to my site on an overcast day.  I check to make sure the clocks in both are synchronized and the…"
Jun 11, 2021
Diane Mayerfeld commented on Brett Chedzoy's event Silvopasture Systems in New York and Their Contributions to Capturing Carbon
"I have a conflict at 3pm tomorrow.  Will  there be a recording I can view?   And if so, where do I access that?   Thanks!"
Jun 8, 2021
Diane Mayerfeld might attend Joe Orefice's event

Online Silvopasture Lecture as part of the Yale Forest Forum at Zoom

September 10, 2020 from 12pm to 1pm
Topic: Yale Forest Forum Lunch - Sept. 10Time: Sep 10, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) YFF welcomes its first virtual speaker Brett Chezdoy on Thursday, September 10 at 12pm EDT. In his talk entitled Silvopasturing as a Solution to Land Management Challenges in Argentina and New York, Brett will share his personal experiences of the past 30 years with silvopasturing as an innovative approach to address socio-economic and environmental challenges in opposite ends of the world. Join…See More
Sep 9, 2020

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State where you live or work?
Wisconsin
County where you live or work?
Dane
What is your occupation relative to silvopasture? (for example, owner/producer, extension specialist, agency specialist, etc.)
Extension specialist, graduate student
Please describe, with two or three sentences, why you are interested in silvopasture. Your answer helps us ensure that only those people truly interested in silvopasture are added as members.
My graduate research focuses on the potential for silvopasture in Wisconsin. Despite strong grazing and forestry sectors the state is pretty much stuck in the "get cows out of the woods" mindset. I am also interested in promoting silvopasture as part of my work as sustainable agriculture coordinator for UW Extension.

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Silvopasturing in Ireland

Started by Brett Chedzoy May 12. 0 Replies

An nice example of how silvopasturing makes sense just about anywhere that trees & forages can be grown together:…Continue

Beating out the bad plants in the early stages of a new silvopasture

Started by Brett Chedzoy. Last reply by Alex Caskey Apr 1. 5 Replies

There are related discussions on the forum discussing shade tolerant forages mixes and profiling a number of farms that have used various strategies to get good stuff growing after letting the…Continue

Feed values for fodder trees

Started by jackie milne. Last reply by Bryan Clark Mar 26. 5 Replies

Hello everyone!We live in northern Canada, we have Aspen, birch, popular, willows and various wild roses and berry shrubs as well as white and black spruce mainly some pine. What I have been trying…Continue

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