The Accrued Benefits of Adaptive Grazing

The problems of many current conventional grazing systems can be avoided by ecologically sensitive management of ruminants across the landscape. Wild ruminants, by the hundreds of millions, have existed for millennia on the North American landscape and are responsible for the tremendous fertility and soil carbon that amazed our ancestors as they moved across this continent.

By implementing biomimicry and eco-mimicry in our grazing practices, emulating the way wild ruminants once roamed across this vast land, we can restore soil health and ecosystem health to a high state of function. We call this Adaptive Grazing.