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Management Intensive Grazing for the Diversified Farm

341 MacIntosh Hill Rd
Randolph, VT

With Covid-19, we will offer this class outside and will adhere to the latest Vermont State Social Distancing guidelines. We are excited to be able to offer this class on our farm once again! Class is limited to 9 participants, though we will open it to more, if allowed, by the class date.

Interested in improving your grazing skills or new to Management Intensive Grazing? This class will employ the teachings of Holistic Management along with the techniques of Management Intensive Grazing (MIG) to assist you in improving pasture productivity and raising healthy livestock. Learn how good grazing practices can sequester carbon, improve water systems and increase productivity and feed quality of your pastures.

Participants will be introduced to fencing & water system designs, and movable structures for dairy, beef, hogs, poultry, and small ruminants, and will learn how to determine daily feed needs of various types of livestock.

Cost: $70 per person, $130 for 2 people. Handout and digital material and other resources included in fee
Scholarships available if resources are limited. Limited to 9 participants 

Contact or 802-353-5039 (text or call) to learn more. Register online by visiting our website:

About the Instructor: Lisa McCrory is a Grazing and Whole Farm Planning consultant with 30 years of grazing experience and training in Holistic Management (c). She co-owns and operates Earthwise Farm & Forest : a draft-animal powered, certified organic farm that incorporates biodynamic, ecological and regenerative principles & practices. They produce grass fed raw milk; pasture raised chicken, heritage turkey, beef, Muscovy duck, pork; ecologically managed forest products; and organic vegetables, herbs & cut flowers.