REGENERATIVE GRAZING FOR RESTORATION CONFERENCE
February 19-20, 2020
Soil Regen, LLC and Texas AgriLife present the Research Regenerative Grazing for Restoration conference at Tenroc Ranch in Salado, TX on February 19-20.
Rangeland comprises 770 million acres in the United States. In every one of those acres is an opportunity for restoring biodiversity, water quality and quantity, while maximizing profit through resiliency. Learn the principles of regenerative grazing and soil health from today's legendary leaders at the two day Regenerative Grazing for Restoration conference at the beautiful Tenroc Ranch in Salado, Texas.
The principles of regenerative agriculture are a collective foundation for ecological restoration, improved productivity and profitability, carbon sequestration, and wildlife habitat, and increased nutritional quality of food. Speakers Gabe Brown, Dr. Richard Teague, Dr. Rick Haney, Julia and Cody Spencer, Deborah Clark, Dr. David Johnson, and Jonathan Cobb share their experiences and knowledge to give you a better understanding of regenerative grazing/agriculture practices and how to apply them your unique context.
This conference is of interest to land managers, ranchers/farmers, researchers, environmentalists, consultants, agronomists, and anyone else interested in improved animal, human and soil health. Don't miss this awesome event! Registration includes lunch each day. More info about where to stay and the agenda coming soon. Follow Soil Regen on facebook @agsoilregen for up to date details.
The best and brightest in regenerative agriculture are here to discuss the principles of regenerative and adaptive grazing / land management and how they can effect environmental sustainability and producer profitability.
Tenroc Ranch, located in Salado, TX, is nestled in the Hill Country. From its beautiful spring fed creek to abundant wildlife, Tenroc will be the perfect location for fun and learning in a relaxed atmosphere.