Are you an agricultural professional or technical service provider seeking answers for your farmer and landowner clients about raising livestock regeneratively?
Join the Embarras Grazing Partnership for a series of regenerative grazing intensive workshops over two on-farm days!
DAY 1: MONDAY, JUNE 27, 2022
8:30am Check-in & refreshments
9:00am Welcome & introductions
9:15am Burnt Hill Cattle Co., LLC history
9:45am Forage health and diversity with Ed Ballard, grazing consultant
12:45pm Designing permanent fencing and water structures with Matt Bunger, NRCS & Grant Bauman, grazier
3:00pm Closing discussion
DAY 2: TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2022
9:00am Check-in & refreshments
9:30am Welcome & introductions
9:45am Paddock design with Trevor Toland, grazier
12:45pm Multi-species grazing with Logan Karcher, grazier
3:00pm Closing discussion
About Burnt Hill Cattle Co. LLC.
Burnt Hill Cattle Co. LLC. is a multi-species regenerative grazing operation in Southern Illinois managed by fourth-generation farmer, Logan Karcher. Burnt Hill takes great pride not only in their land but livestock as well. The cattle, sheep, and pigs on The Hill are raised antibiotic and hormone free with minimum inputs. They believe in regenerative Ag to build not only healthy livestock but healthy soils. Learn more…
Looking for nearby lodging?
Mount Vernon, IL offers a variety of hotel options.
Rend Lake offers a variety of camping options.
If you are no longer able to attend and need to cancel your registration, please contact us at 217-840-2128.
- Cancellations made up until two weeks prior to the event will receive a full refund minus a $5 processing fee
- Cancellations made up until one week prior to the event will receive a 50% refund
- Cancellations made the week of the event are not eligible for a refund
This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, through the North Central Region SARE program under project number ENC21-202. USDA is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Embarras Grazing Partnership is a collaboration of The Land Connection, the Pasture Project, University of Illinois Extension, Illinois Soy bean Association, and the Champaign County Soil & Water Conservation District.
Special thanks to The Land Connection farmer training sponsors!