stone barns center for food and agriculture | Nature Times

“This is the first joint Rockefeller State Park Preserve-Stone Barns Center experiment aimed at improving landscape health and ecosystem function.  It is also a potential strategy for increasing access to land for beginning farmers.  Chris O’Blenness is representative of beginning farmers and ranchers who are searching for land to work. This type of symbiotic grazing arrangement on public lands is a potential model for other public lands that can offer beginning farmers affordable opportunities for land access—all while performing a vital public service and delighting Preserve visitors.”

Post and photos by Susan Antenen, Rockefeller State Park Preserve Manager.

Source: stone barns center for food and agriculture | Nature Times

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