(October 23rd, 2017)
Now available for streaming and download!
A recording of the presentation summarizing the findings from Brittany Cole Bush and Guido Frosini's investigatory trip to Europe to learn how the next generation of graziers are being trained is now ready for viewing.
Stream the full presentation or in parts here.
In addition, we invite you to contribute to our research in assessing the needs and potentials of a graziers training program in the United States.
If you are an industry stakeholder (livestock producer, land manager, educator, public agent, scientist/researcher, other), please share with us your input by completing this survey: Graziers Training Program Research & Discovery: Industry Intake Survey
If you are a prospective student of a grazing education program, please share with us yourinput by completing this questionnaire: Graziers Training Program Research & Discovery: Prospective Student Questionnaire We thank you for your input and look forward to engaging futher.
If you are a prospective student of a grazing education program, please share with us yourinput by completing this questionnaire: Graziers Training Program Research & Discovery: Prospective Student Questionnaire
We thank you for your input and look forward to engaging futher.
Stay tuned for more details on how you can further contribute to this work.
(October 13th, 2017)
For those who were unable to attend the live webinar or who experienced technical issues do not fret! We will be sending a follow-up email with a new recording of the presentation, the report and links to surveys to learn further about your interests in developing a graziers vocational program in the United States.
Thank you so much for your interest and participation in this discussion.
Fibershed's research team Brittany Cole Bush & Guido Frosini present their journey exploring the schools that train the next generation of modern-day graziers in the Basque Country, French Alps, Great Pyrenees, Southern France and Catalonia.
In this webinar presentation, BCB will present the findings summarizing their research and experiences from this grand pastoral exploration.
The objective is to ignite conversation, invite participation and further connectivity between those interested in the development of a vocational training program for new and old graziers as “ecological doctors” in the United States.
The report will be sent upon registration and a recording will be available after the event to those who register.
Please Join the conversation!