Grazing the Wild: Facts and Fiction about Grass-Fed Beef - A Webinar Series Hosted by the Center for Biological Diversity
Cattle grazing is a controversial and often confusing topic that's tied up with issues like the climate crisis, deforestation and biodiversity loss, industry investments, sustainability claims, technological solutions, food sovereignty, culture, and colonialism. Join the Center for Biological Diversity for a webinar series in which experts will share the science that can help put these issues in context — and cut through common myths about the cattle grazing’s impact on the planet. Learn more about the webinar series as well as individual sessions below.
Decolonizing Regenerative Agriculture and Boosting Agroecology to Build a Just Food System (Grazing the Wild: Facts and Fiction About Grass-Fed Beef Series)
Join the Center for Biological Diversity in May (date and time TBA) for a conversation about how agroecological models that support small farmers and a solidarity economy surpass approaches that treat so-called regenerative grazing as a technical trick for sequestering carbon, challenging the big claims of regenerative grazing with the longer promise of agroecology and looking at how the future of farming depends on diversity in both plants and people.