Rotational Grazing and Regenerative Agriculture at Clagett Farm

How to make farms Bay friendly

Rotational grazing is the process of moving livestock from pasture to pasture to improve vegetation growth and enable animals to naturally fertilize the land. Join Michael Heller, Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Clagett Farm manager, as he explains how the Maryland farm has embraced rotational grazing and other regenerative agriculture methods to sequester carbon, reduce water runoff, and raise grass-fed livestock.

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