The University of Alberta has been conducting studies on the benefits of Adaptive Multi-paddock Grazing (AMP) in terms of agricultural greenhouse gases, environmental benefits, and benefits to agricultural operations. Please see the article found here for a glimpse into their study.
A future stage of their study will be the development of protocols for AMP grazing which could be used to advance payment for ecosystem services markets like ALUS or offset programs. The University of Alberta team would like the feedback of ranchers before embarking on this process and you have been recommended as a workshop participant.
We hope that you will be able to join us virtually for an open discussion. Your active participation in the workshop will help U of A ensure their study results are relevant to the agricultural community.
Multiple dates: March 3 or March 4