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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REGAIN OFFICE HOURS: Oh The Places Carbon Can Go – What Do I Need to Know as an Ag Educator?
Wednesday, March 3, 2021, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

Ever wondered about the difference between particulate organic matter and mineral-associated organic matter? Or how climate and weather impacts soil carbon formation? This webinar is designed for you! This event is part of the Technical Expert Office Hours series hosted by the Regenerative Ag Idea Network (REGAIN). To see more upcoming office hours, visit the […]

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WEBINAR: Oh The Places Carbon Can Go – What Do I Need to Know as a Farmer?
Thursday, March 4, 2021, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

Join us for an upcoming webinar with Dr. Jasmine Dillon and Dr. Megan Machmuller to get in the weeds of soil carbon science and the potential for regenerative grazing to sequester carbon. This webinar will focus on practical guidance about how to maximize carbon storage on your farm with grazing practices, and on demystifying the debate […]

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