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Multi-Species Grazing Impacts on Soil Health and Microbial Communities

Black Tansy Farm

4077 SW Research Way
Corvallis, OR 97333
United States

Sep 26, 2021 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Free to attend - Space is Limited. Registration is required
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Contact for questions and requests for accessibility-related accommodations
Teagan Moran

This is an 'advanced level' farm tour and discussion that is intended for experienced livestock producers in the Southern Willamette Valley.  

Tom Gillett and Gwynne Mhuireach, owners of Black Tansy Farm received funding from Western Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE) to study the impacts of multispecies grazing on soil health and microbial communities. They would like to invite other interested livestock producers for a field tour, hands-on soil sampling, light snacks, and brief presentation/Q&A about their project results. Melissa Fery with OSU Extension Service, Small Farms program will also be present for a walk & talk discussion of multi-species and rotational grazing techniques during the field tour.

 

YOU'RE INVITED FOR A FIELD TOUR AND DISCUSSION AT BLACK TANSY FARM, SRINGFIELD OR

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