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Grazing Regeneratively for Appalachian Sustainable Solutions

West Virginia University Research Corporation,
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Underserved farmers would receive financial and technical assistance to support the transition from typical livestock systems management to climate-smart practices. Practices implemented include land management plans, prescribed grazing, bale grazing, native grass and silvopasture establishment, incorporation of legumes and non-leguminous forbs, and use of traditional and novel soil amendments, such as biochar.

The project would provide producers with marketing assistance for grass-fed beef products as long as producers meet required criteria of certifications and product quality.



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Updated December 21, 2023

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