Mar 6, 2019
Glenn Elzinga is a rancher on mostly public lands in the Idaho Rocky Mountains. He's also a forester, and his wife is a botanist...and together they have developed a practice of cattle grazing called "inherding" that is very healthy for the cattle because of the diversity of plants they eat; that restores streams and creeks to the point that beaver have returned; and that allows native plants and wildlife--including sage grouse and wolves--to flourish on the land. It's labor-intensive and yet economically viable. Listen to find out how they do it.