A Climate Change Solution Beneath Our Feet

published 2 months ago by UCTV

Skyelark Ranch, owned an operated by UC Davis graduate Alexis Robertson and her husband Gillies, uses rotational grazing while raising sheep, which can benefit plant growth, drought resistance, and the climate. The grazing encourages plant growth, which through photosynthesis, captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and stores it in the soil, where it can create healthier soils and stay out of our atmosphere. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Show ID: 34110]

I love this is like my favorite I could literally sit out here and watch them eat. Like for hours their favorite because of how you manage them and how they impact the land and they're not quite as hard on it as a guard the chickens are. The topic. Here's where we just moved from and I went over there to where these cheaper and then over there as we're about to go we started out over here so it's already come back we could eat when we're finished with ...

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