Project ID

E2012-16

Abstract

Producers interested in honing their skills as graziers and pasture management specialists were able to attend classes in five Iowa locations over a three-year period. The courses were taught by ISU Extension specialists, Natural Resources Conservation Service staff, producers with experience in grazing management, and other experts.

Key Question

How can experienced graziers upgrade their skills and help younger producers learn about grazing?

Findings

Thanks to the course, graduates of the program are engaged in ongoing grazing education and advocating the importance of grasslands in Iowa.

Principal Investigator(s)

Harris "Joe" Sellers

Co-Investigator(s)

Mary Drewnoski

Year of Grant Completion

2016

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