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Role of well grazed and rested deep rooted diverse swards in carbon sequestration

We are grateful to Christine Page for sharing her drawings that help us think about the role of grazing systems with long rest periods and deep rooted diverse swards in carbon sequestration. To find out if your grazing system supports rapid or slow carbon sequestration click this link  You can find out more on our website  and Floodplain Meadows Partnership Read more →

An Introduction to Conservation Grazing by Moor Meadows

In December Moor Meadows hosted two fascinating webinars on conservation grazing. Conservation grazing is livestock grazing that promotes biodiversity, encouraging wildflowers as well as creating a diversity of habitats for wildlife. Speakers and topics in Part One : Key speaker, Jerry Tallowin An Introduction to Conservation Grazing: Conservation grazing aims to maintain and increase the biodiversity of natural or semi-natural… Read more →