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Nova Scotia
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My girlfriend and I just bought 25 acres of field and woodland in Nova Scotia to practice regenerative ag. Living in the Acadian Forest region, we feel like silvopasturing the land, slowly, might be our best bet to build a resilient system.

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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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