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Examples of Silvopasture in Public Areas Needed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Johnson Oct 11, 2018. 4 Replies

Hello Folks,My village is hoping to keep our town commons and oak grove with grazers (I'm pushing shropshire sheep). It is a 10-ac plot (7 ac grass pasture, 3 ac oak grove with maple and other…Continue

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"Hi Brett,Thanks! Unfortunately the town council said "no" to our proposal: https://lowtechinstitute.org/2018/10/01/proposal-for-community-flock/ They cited worries about cars hitting the sheep if they got out, but I think it was political…"
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I live in a village with a commons and we are hoping to use sheep and/or goats to maintain a mixed forest-and-grassland on 10 ac. I'm organizing the co-op to own and maintain the flock.

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At 8:37pm on September 23, 2018, Brett Chedzoy said…

sounds like a neat project!  Hope you'll post some updates.  -- Brett

At 10:09am on September 24, 2018, Scott Johnson said…

Thanks Brett,

I'm looking for examples where people have used sheep to crop park-like places to bring to our town council. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Scott

At 9:31am on April 16, 2020, James Pollard said…

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