A University of Alberta study titled "Adaptive Multi-Paddock Grazing Lowers Soil Greenhouse Gas Emission Potential by Altering Extracellular Enzyme Activity" indicates that Adaptive Multi-Paddock Grazing (AMP Grazing) can sequester 1.5 times more methane than grasslands not grazed in that manner. ... Read More
What Diet is Best for the Planet?
A recent article by Alan Broughton on the Green Left Weekly website discusses the ongoing argument of how much methane is contributed into the atmosphere by livestock. While there is little argument about the environmental footprint of the conventional feedlot livestock industry (ala "Livestock's ... Read More
The Science Supporting Holistic Management® Improving Soil Health
Despite over 40 years of thousands of people practicing Holistic Management® around the world on over 115 million acres and numerous scientific, peer-reviewed studies, there are still some people who want to detract from the results achieved by Holistic Management practitioners and ignore the ... Read More