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Soil Biologist Elaine Ingham Explains the Importance of Holistically Managed Grazing Livestock

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http://savory.global | Click here to see world-famous scientist Dr. Elaine Ingham endorse Holistic Management and praise Allan Savory for his work and perseverance to Regenerative Agriculture and Sustainable Land Management. Stay connected: http://savory.global https://www.facebook.com/savory.global/ https://twitter.com/SavoryInstitute https://www.instagram.com/savoryinstitute/ About Savory Institute: Loss of grasslands leads to climate change, floods, droughts, famine, and worldwide poverty. It’s our mission to promote large-scale restoration of the world’s grasslands through Holistic Management. Holistic Management is a process of decision-making and planning that gives people the insights and management tools needed to understand nature: resulting in better, more informed decisions that balance key social, environmental, and financial considerations.
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Felicia Granados (9 месяцев назад)
love it
shree0404 (2 года назад)
Hi Thanks for sharing the info. Was very helpful over all, But. Im Having trouble with Radopholous Similis Nematodes, Can you prescribe a natural way of controlling these.... Wood really Appereciate.
john jørgensen (2 года назад)
I hear that cows and sheep are a climate problem because of methane release from their digestion. Could other animals do the same good without the methane release?
Raurke Goose (1 год назад)
There is no climate problem that isn't a natual cycle. Also, consider this: if we sequester enough carbon to "reverse climate change", we could very easily sequester too much carbon, pushing climate into a cooling trend leading to ice age. This is all foolishness, based on poor "science", emotion, and political/social motives. Cattle and sheep can improve local and wider spread environments (i.e. eliminate ground water polution and the dead zone in the Gulf) if managed properly. Remember that there were far more bison, antelope, deer, and elk on the plains in the US than the numbers of our domesticated herbivores.
Todd Warner (1 год назад)
john jørgensen Ecosystems need animals... Which both sequester carbon and release carbon. The goal is net positive sequestration, which is what happens when ecosystems are restored. The climate problem you refer to are associated to animals removed from natural systems, to include humans.
finca rinconada (2 года назад)
@3:10 the "research" and "consumer" questions are flipped…nice video, though. Thanks!

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