We are offering these webinars to share knowledge and in support of our Kickstarter campaign for a new book on Silvopasture, coming out this June.

Wednesday, February 28

12pm - 1pm EST

The Potential for Silvopasture

Learn about different combinations of animals, trees, livestock from around the world with farmers Steve Gabriel and Brett Chedzoy.

 

Monday, March 5

12 - 1pm EST

Climate Change and Silvopasture

Eric Toensmeier discusses carbon science and Steve Gabriel shares drought-proofing benefits of silvopasture.

 

Wednesday March 14

12pm - 1pm EST

Tree Fodders: Willow, Black Locust, Mulberry, Poplar

Steve Gabriel shares the latest research one the most promising trees for feeding animals in silvopasture.

 

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Can’t make it live? All webinars will be recorded and posted for later viewing at www.SilvopastureBook.com

 

 

Visit the updates page on our KICKSTARTER site for more info:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/291195731/silvopasture-a-book-...

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Steve

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