Welcome to the New Hampshire clearinghouse for all things grazing! The Granite State Graziers exist to strengthen the viability and sustainability of New Hampshire's farms through forage and grazing based agriculture.
The Granite State Graziers (GSG) are an advisory group of New Hampshire farmers that plan educational activities about grazing and pasture management.
In addition to advocating for grass-based farming and providing a network for grass farmers, GSG also organizes the annual New Hampshire Grazing Conference and a seasonal Pasture Walk series with a focus on both fundamental grazing skills and new and innovative practices.
Weather forced the cancelation of our grazing conference this year, but we're going to take many of the topics and expand them into longer workshops to be held over the course of the summer.
The first, a soil building bootcamp featuring Eric Noel and Abe Collins will be held May 10 and 11 at Steve Normanton's farm in Litchfield, NH.
NEW! Members of Granite State Graziers get $50 off the price of the boot camp.
Click here for more information on this intensive two-day workshop.
Use your brain to beat worms! A late afternoon session on parasite management with Bill Fosher will be held on June 5 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at a location to be determined in the Keene area.
Click here for more information on this workshop.