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RACC Virtual Seminar Recording: Can Planned Rotational Grazing be Beneficial for the Climate? by Steven Hart 

RACC Virtual Seminar:
Perspectives on Planned Rotational Grazing
by Steven Hart.

Wednesday, February 16, 2022. 

Steve’s presentation to RACC will discuss the advantages, challenges, and benefits of rotational grazing practices at both the individual farm scale and national scale.

Steve’s family operates Hartland Farm on 145 acres in Kerrs Creek, Virginia.  The farm includes American Milking Devon cattle, Jacobs and Babydoll sheep, Narraganset turkeys, assorted chickens, Mulefoot and Wessex Saddleback hogs, goats, garden produce, maple syrup, and whatever other wild ideas he comes up with. His farm’s goal is to provide his family and a few of his neighbors with high quality food while being good stewards of their small part of the earth. Kerrs Creek Community Market, Pleasure to Seat You, Vigilance Forge, and Hart Brothers Services also operate with products from the farm.

Unfortunately, Steve’s presentation was cut short by a poor internet connection.

Good news! Steve has re-recorded his presentation in

four parts. Watch a playlist including all four parts consecutively, or watch each part individually below.

Playlist of videos 1 – 4.

Part 1 of 4

Part 2 of 4

Part 3 of 4

Part 4 of 4

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