Online Silvopasture Lecture as part of the Yale Forest Forum

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Online Silvopasture Lecture as part of the Yale Forest Forum

Time: September 10, 2020 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Zoom
Event Type: online, seminar
Organized By: Joe Orefice
Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2020

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Topic: Yale Forest Forum Lunch - Sept. 10

Time: Sep 10, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

YFF welcomes its first virtual speaker Brett Chezdoy on Thursday, September 10 at 12pm EDT. In his talk entitled Silvopasturing as a Solution to Land Management Challenges in Argentina and New York, Brett will share his personal experiences of the past 30 years with silvopasturing as an innovative approach to address socio-economic and environmental challenges in opposite ends of the world.

 

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://yale.zoom.us/j/98540003814?pwd=YTlwSXdXU0dzL0lCaWhIY3VkNU4yUT09

    Password: 991993

    Or Telephone:203-432-9666 (2-ZOOM if on-campus) or 646 568 7788

    Meeting ID: 985 4000 3814

    International numbers available: https://yale.zoom.us/u/abmIUiujEJ

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