We will be diving into the ideas and principles of regenerative agriculture and discussing how the integration of livestock into cropping systems can increase production and overall ecosystem health in our landscapes.You learn how to build soil naturally while you create a landscape that produces more nutrient-dense foods for your family, community and customers.We will be discussing all of the tools in the “toolbox” and helping you decide how to best move forward on your farm/ranch projects.We will teach you how to make a farm and ranch management plan that will work with nature, increasing the land’s ability to withstand drought, flood and fire, while simultaneously increasing your profit and the production from your landscape by managing for effective ecosystem processes and diversity of life.Come join us for this three-day intensive workshop at Ridgewood Ranch in Willits, California, where we will be hosted by the Grange Farm School.The course will cover how to implement the best actions within your farm/ranch holistic context.
With temperatures commonly over 110 degrees Fahrenheit and no rain for months at a time, it can be a harsh climate to say the least.
Published since 1877, Biographical Memoirs provide the life histories and selected bibliographies of deceased National Academy of Sciences members.
Colleagues familiar with the subject's work write these memoirs and as such, the series provides a biographical history of science in America.
This workshop promises to go beyond anything that you may have seen at a permaculture workshop in the past.
What Mark has done on New Forrest Farm is revolutionary and he is coming to share his tools and insights to integrate with the Holistic Management decision making framework and planned grazing so that we can enhance and re-build our California landscapes.