Eli Gould
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Eli Gould is attending Joe Orefice's event

Adapting Traditional Agroforestry Systems in the Pacific to Modern Economies at Zoom

October 8, 2020 from 12pm to 1pm
JB Friday, extension forester with the University of Hawaii will speak this week at the Yale Forest Forum. Adapting Traditional Agroforestry Systems in the Pacific to Modern Economieshttps://yale.zoom.us/j/96243059669See More
Oct 7, 2020

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VERMONT
County where you live or work?
Windham
What is your occupation relative to silvopasture? (for example, owner/producer, extension specialist, agency specialist, etc.)
Vermont design build firm that owns and manages both timber and pastureland

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willow fodder block

Started by Emily Macdonald. Last reply by Emily Macdonald May 6. 2 Replies

Can anyone share experiences with willow fodder for sheep?  What cultivars did you use? Good sources for obtaining cuttings? What density did you plant?  How did it work out? Did the sheep like…Continue

Off-grid low flow rate pumps

Started by Scott O'Bar Mar 29. 0 Replies

Anyone know of some 12v water pumps that can produce a small trickle of water through a very small diameter tube. Interested in putting cattle on my property, but the water situation is difficult.Continue

Forages, Grasses, Legumes

Started by Travis Hermance Mar 18. 0 Replies

I am clearing my woodlots for silvopasture in the Mid-Hudson River Valley in New York State. Can anyone recommend a good mixture of grasses and legumes that are more shade tolerate for my new…Continue

Pasture in forest practitioners tend to have higher uptake of climate-smart forestry practices?

Started by Robbie Coville Mar 15. 0 Replies

Months ago I had read that woodland graziers tend to have higher acceptance of forest management activities: logging, thinning, mechanical interventions, prescribed burning, chemical treatments,…Continue

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