Granite State Graziers

Building resilience

Granite State Graziers
annual grazing conference
Feb. 4, Concord, NH




If there’s one thing that’s for certain in farming, it’s that you’ll encounter something you didn’t expect every growing season. When your farm is resilient, you’re able to adapt to these curveballs and thrive in the face of adversity.

Plan to attend Granite State Graziers winter grazing conference, the state’s premier educational event for pasture-based farmers, at the McLane Audubon Center in Concord, NH. Join us for workshops, networking, and inspiration all aimed at helping you build resilience into every aspect of your farm.

Keynote speaker Ben Bartlett, a veterinarian and retired cooperative extension educator from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, will offer us insights into how natural systems work together and what we can learn from them to help us farm with nature, rather than in opposition to it. Other topics will range from establishing a grazing peer group to working with land trusts and how to live with the Eastern coyote.

Click here to register, or for more information about the program, click here for a listing of speakers and topics. 

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