Inspiration from Tradition: Restoring Health to Tribal Lands & Navajo Community
Open Gate: Rough Stone Ranch Day
May 18, 2017
Rough Stone Ranch
Navajo Nation south of Farmington, New Mexico
Would you like to see how to manage livestock to improve land health and productivity?
Do you want to learn more about grazing planning and infrastructure needs?
Are you interested in Navajo traditional foods and medicines made with native plants?
Our Rough Stone Ranch Day is part of HMI’s Open Gate Learning Series. Open Gates are peer-to-peer action-based learning days with short presentations and small group exercises geared for participants to share discoveries and management techniques with guidance from experienced facilitators and producers.
Holistic Management works with nature, not against it. We will discuss planet and animal-friendly management techniques that lead to richer soil, improved water containment, nutrient-dense food, more successful farms and ranches, and thriving communities.
Come and be a part of this on-the-ground learning day, connect with others who care about a healthy food system and help strengthen your local communities. Because we all have a stake in the way our food is grown.
Advanced registration is $25 per person (includes lunch). On-line registration closes May 11, 2017. Walk in registration is $35 per person, if available. Register soon, as we have limited space available.
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