CFGA Conference 2023: Native Grasslands as the Gold Standard of Regeneration

Ross MacDonald2023-11-29

Ross MacDonald, a dedicated member of Regeneration Canada's board of directors, explains why native grasslands are the gold standard of regeneration, and invites everyone in the regenerative agriculture movement to be confident enough to listen to what the land is telling us.

This presentation was given on November 29, 2023 as part of the Canadian Forage and Grassland Association (CFGA)’s 14th annual conference. The event was under the theme of “Forage Resilience in a Changing Landscape – Manage risk. Overcome Challenges. Discover opportunities”.

Get access to the conference recordings here.

Duration: 30 min.

Available in: English, French

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