On Pasture is All About Community
Being part of a community that learns, shares and grows together promotes success. That’s the kind of community On Pasture works to promote.
We want to support others who build communities for graziers: Forage and Grassland Councils, Grazing Lands Coalitions, state and federal agencies, professional and academic organizations, and all the other groups that provide mentorship and support to graziers everywhere.
We’re offering a 25% discount for On Pasture subscriptions to these groups and their members.
If you’re helping lead one of these groups, drop us an email and we’ll set you up with a subscription discount for your members.
If you’re a member of one of these groups, get in touch with your leadership and suggest they send us a note.
We hope this partnership of online information and in-person support helps us all be more successful graziers.
Also, if you have ideas or suggestions along these lines, please tell us. We’re always looking for ways to do better for you!
Arkansas – Grassroots Grazing Group
Louisiana Forage and Grassland Council
(Newly formed in December of 2019)
Missouri Forage and Grasslands Council
Affiliate councils include:
• Top of the Ozarks Forage and Grassland Council
• Green Hills Farm Project
• Alliance for Grassland Renewal
Tennessee Forage and Grassland Council
contact Gary Bates at firstname.lastname@example.org
Conservation districts may go by different names but they all coordinate assistance from all available sources, public and private to assist farmers and ranchers.
Mountains to Bay Grazing Alliance
Helping farmers switch to rotational grazing in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia
Natural Resources Conservation Service
NRCS is a federal agency with offices across the United States. They can provide both technical and financial assistance.
Noble Research Institute
Based in Oklahoma, Noble delivers solutions to great agricultural challenges through research and outreach.
Supporting ranchers in the Southwest and supporting apprentices in California, Colorado, Montana and New Mexico.