Friday, December 10 from 10am to 4:30pm Eastern TimeVirtual via Zoom*Free registration, with a suggested $30 - 50 donation to benefit the Community Solidarity Agroforestry Fund from Silver Run Forest Farm This event will explore the rich potential for utilizing tree fodder on temperate farm landscapes as a resilient source of food and medicine for grazing livestock. Hosted by…See More
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I believe silvopasture (and agroforestry as a whole) has tremendous potential to build ecological and financial resilience in farming operations, while sequestering substantial carbon and mitigating climate change. There is little region-specific guidance or research available for interested landowners in the Pacific Northwest, I am hoping to learn more from the experiences of farmers and other Extension agents.
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