S1EP2: Raising Beef to Combat Climate Change at Grazing Days Farm

Paul Slomp2018-11-01

Soil Guardians is a web series produced by Regeneration Canada and Parafilms that dives into the universe of innovative Canadian farmers who improve the health of their soils through regenerative agriculture practices.

About the farm in the video:
Paul Slomp from Grazing Days, in the Outaouais area of Québec, is committed to restoring the health of his soil with mob grazing: a particular type of managed grazing, which involves moving a dense herd of cows frequently from one section of pasture to the next.

Duration: 3 min.

Available in: English, French

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