Jim Jensen on the Benefits of Grazing

October 5, 2020

Rotational grazing is one tool used to support resilient rangelands. Join Jim Jensen, MALT stewardship manager and a fifth-generation West Marin rancher, as he compares a managed pasture to one that is ungrazed. Jim digs into the benefits of rotational grazing and its importance in reducing fire fuel, increasing soil health and bolstering pasture diversity.

Learn more about rotational grazing and other climate-resilient practices here

Join Jim Jensen, MALT stewardship manager, as he digs into the benefits of grazing.

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