Hi all -- glad to be a part of the group! At Working Trees we get producers paid for the carbon stored in silvopasture systems.Earlier this week we hosted a webinar with Virginia Tech and Wyn Miller from Wyn Miller Land Solutions and Lick Skillet Farm (one of Working Trees' pilot farms). Check it out including the recording here:…See More
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Silvopasture is a wonderful practice that meets the financial needs of producers, the sequestration needs of the climate, and the welfare needs of animals. It requires a lot of work and intention, but has the potential to truly have multiple angles of benefits.
We get producers paid for the carbon stored in silvopasture systems (focused on new tree plantings).
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
I thought I'd share my current methods using air pruning beds to grow various livestock fodder trees for silvopasture establishment in hopes that some other folks in this network are doing the…Continue
I realize this is a longshot to post this here, but perhaps someone could forward this to an agronomist or soil scientist colleague of theirs to get an answer to this.I sent the same soil samples to…Continue
Hey y'all,I'm in search of tree seeds - fruits, nuts, fodder, N fixers, etc. Do you have favorite seed/nut sources or cultivars? I'm looking for production and vigor. Disease resistance will reveal…Continue