Northern Great Plains Regenerative Grazing ProjectHB
Native's Northern Great Plains Regenerative Grazing Project is supported by Montana based non-profit, Western Sustainability Exchange. The program helps ranchers in Montana improve grazing practices across their ranching operations. Catalytic funding from supporters (such as you!) facilitates the installation of fencing and stock water infrastructure necessary to implement higher intensity rotational grazing by splitting larger pastures, increased rest, and increased stocking density. With these practices, the lands are given time to rest and recover allowing for the regeneration of ecosystems and watersheds, as well as improved carbon sequestration.
An important part of your contribution to this carbon offset project is also sharing what your support has helped achieve. We have built a repertoire of content to help you in doing so.
All content provided below is authorized for media use.
Find the project page here for more details.
Quote from Native
"Contributors to the Northern Great Plains Regenerative Grazing project are enabling ranchers to make sustainable changes to increase their lands’ productivity and deliver real, measurable, and additional carbon sequestration as well as soil health benefits.”
Author: Kirsten McKnight, Director, Native
Quote from Western Sustainability Exchange
"Contributions to the The Northern Great Plains Regenerative Grazing Project have provided timely funding for critical upgrades to water and fence improvements for numerous ranches in Montana. The ranchers using these funds are leading a strong movement toward improved grazing practices that make the ranches more viable economically while enhancing soil health and biological stability."
Author: Chris Mehus, Ranch Programs Director, WSE
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Video updates of the months of May and November from our partners at Milton Ranch.