A show about grassland agriculture, resilient farmers, thriving communities, and environmental sustainability. Featuring stories, conversations and the science behind the future of perennial pasture. Brought to you by Grassland 2.0—a collaborative group of farmers, researchers, and public & private sector leaders working to promote grazing in the Upper Midwest.
Stories on Pasture: Lois & Sandi Schwert share about the joy and struggles of a new beginning
Lois and Sandi Schwert are the mother-daughter duo behind The Sand Farm—a new mixed vegetable and grassfed beef farm in the Driftless region of Wisconsin. They come from a long line of dairy farmers and have spent decades involved in their family's...
Stories on Pasture: Greg Galbraith shares about grazing and change
Greg Galbraith is a former grazier and dairyman turned columnist and contributor for the farming publication Agri-View. He studied Dairy Science at the University of Illinois and, after graduating in 1981, went on to work as the Assistant Manager on two...
Stories on Pasture: Jacob Marty shares about coming home
Jacob Marty is a young farmer based in Monticello, Wisconsin. He's spent the last 5 years converting his family's 150+ year-old dairy operation into Green Fire Farm, where he now raises beef cattle, poultry, and pigs, and is working on putting in fruit...
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Greener over the Air
This team has a great start to digging into the world of agriculture that we must be uplifting and celebrating. Well done!
great first episode!
Candid & thoughtful sharing of real-world experiences from a grazier 5-years-in. Valuable topic of the sometimes long & challenging road to earning respect & support from family & community. Thank you Jacob!