Regenerating the Ranch is a deep dive into the six soil health principles and their application on ranchers that are unique in topography, use and history.
Regenerative pastures may not be conventionally attractive, but there’s more than meets the eye.
Both summer and fall are important times for ranchers to keep an eye on cattle that graze where Johnsongrass is present, due to the risk of prussic acid toxicity.
Project will impact working ranches and rural communities, while quantifying the value of soil health and other ecosystem functions.
Noble Research Institute recently hired Steve Swaffar as an agricultural consultant. In this role, Swaffar will help farmers and ranchers learn about and apply regenerative grazing principles on their operations.
Noble Research Institute recently hired Isabella Maciel as a regenerative ranching systems researcher.
An international coalition announced a $19 million research project aimed at understanding how a farmer or ranchers’ grazing management decisions impacts soil health on pasture and rangeland (commonly called grazing lands) and – in turn – how soil health can positively impact a producer’s land and well-being.
Charlie Graham was given the Herman Hinrichs Pecan Citation Award for his significant contribution to the Oklahoma pecan industry.
Noble Research Institute event coordinator Javanni Kiezer was recently named to the 2021 Connect Corporate 40 Under 40 list.
Joshua Gaskamp was recently appointed to the Theodore Roosevelt Genius Prize Advisory Council, the Protection of Endangered Species Board and the Management of Invasive Species Board, all of which are part of the U.S. Department of the Interior.