Silvopature Webinar Series Begins Jan. 30

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Cows Grazing amongst trees.

Photo by John Fike

Raising livestock in pastures is a common farming practice. The forestland that surrounds those pastures is regularly left unused, save for forestry. Combining the two endeavors, however, can increase productivity significantly for both enterprises. The livestock benefit from the increased grazing area and diversity in forage. Forest productivity increases as livestock fertilize the soil and improve stand accessibility. As with anything else, there is a right way to do things and a wrong way. This webinar series, presented by some of the best experts in the field, will help you figure out how to integrate this practice on your farm and in your forest.

The 1 hour presentations are presented online and can be attended from just about anywhere you have a computer and internet access. The 6 classes will be held live on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. beginning January 30th. If you miss a presentation, no worries. The classes are recorded and can be accessed later at your convenience.

For more information, see the webinar’s webpage and to register for the class.