Soil Farmers: How A Renewed Focus On The Land Is Building More Resilient Farms

Systematically grazing large herds of livestock for defined periods of time across the land creates the necessary conditions for grasses to grow again, Allan Savory argues. In turn, restored grasslands have the potential to sequester enough carbon to offset the greenhouse gas emissions from the animals—and perhaps more. Savory’s theory flies in the face of the contemporary understanding of overgrazing, ecological restoration of grasslands, and climate change.