Pasture Project works to advance regenerative grazing in the Upper Midwest as a scalable, market-driven solution for building healthy soils, viable farms, and resilient communities.  We work with farmers, land managers, public agencies, and farm member-based organizations to expand use of regenerative practices that yield win-win outcomes for farmers and rural communities. Pasture Project is part of the Resilient Agriculture & Ecosystems initiative of the Wallace Center at Winrock International.

Cattle, Cover Crops, Hope

Dr. Allen Williams, 6th generation farmer, cover crop and intensive grazing expert, gives a presentation on basic principles of cover crop/livestock integration and adaptive grazing.

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COVID-19 Resources

Resources for farmers that provide information on COVID-19 response and adaptation.

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Grazing Cover Crops How-To Guide

Read Pasture Project’s new how-to guide on grazing cover crops – focused on helping farmers get started with the practice to leverage soil health and economic benefits through winter livestock grazing.

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Midwest Grazing Exchange

A matchmaking service that aims to connect graziers and landowners who live in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and Wisconsin. Integrating livestock on the landscape is a win-win for soil and animals - let the matchmaking begin!

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ONLINE TRAINING: Regenerative Grazing – Fundamentals for Farmers
Thursday, February 11, 2021, 9:00 am - 10:30 am CST

Are you: a beef producer hoping to improve your environmental and economic outcomes? a row crop farmer looking for a herd to graze your cover crops, or looking to add livestock into your rotation? a landowner exploring additional revenue streams? Then join us for an interactive online series that will provide you with a broad understanding […]

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