Wallace Center’s Pasture Project continues to work with the Wisconsin DNR to pilot the use of regenerative grazing as a conservation management strategy on multiple sites managed by the agency. Pasture Project, University of Wisconsin, and WI-DNR are working to scale and solidify the case for grazing public grasslands instead of burning, mowing, or spraying. As of spring 2020, conservation grazing is being implemented on 30 sites on over 400 acres, with additional sites in the approval pipeline.
This work is made possible by the generous support of Cedar Tree Foundation. Thanks to our partners at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.