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Ancient Nomadic Traditions and Modern Regenerative Agriculture

Course number : 4350052   ID : 4805   
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Some 500 million people in over 100 countries are indigenous pastoralists – nomadic or semi-nomadic peoples who rely solely on livestock for survival, herding cattle, sheep, goats, camels, horses, alpacas and donkeys over vast distances in search of water and grazing. Learn how modern pastoralists are working with ranchers, farmers, and scientists on how to develop systems of combined pastoralism and regenerative agriculture that could restore our planet’s grasslands, thus providing sustainable habitats for people, wildlife and livestock while reducing harmful carbon emissions and restoring species biodiversity. This course covers the evolution, history, environmental knowledge, impact and challenges of pastoralism; the new science of regenerative agriculture; and how the two fields could jointly provide vital and sustainable adaptations to climate change.

Class Details

5 Session(s)
Weekly - Thu

Location
SFCC Main Campus

Instructor
Kenny Mann 

Tuition: 

$179.00


Registration Closes On
Thursday, May 23, 2024 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
5/23/2024 - 6/20/2024 Weekly - Thu 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM Santa Fe, SFCC Main Campus  Map Kenny Mann