Rotational Grazing and Cover Crop Integration Virtual Q&A

Posted on Monday, 8 January 2024 under Webinars and Field Days

Beneficial management practices, like cover cropping and rotational grazing, can help to build soil, sequester carbon, improve pastures and animal health, increase crop yields and create a diversified ecosystem where plants and animals can thrive.

At this event, we took a virtual tour of Fresh Valley Farms, a fourth-generation, certified organic farm in the North Okanagan selling nutrient-dense, pasture-raised, and certified organic meats and garlic throughout the North and Central Okanagan Valley. Steve Meggait and Annelise Grube-Cavers raise certified organic beef, chicken, turkey, and heritage pork on pasture. The farm uses all-natural, regenerative systems, with an emphasis on animal welfare.

This event is supported by the BC Climate Agri-Solutions Fund (BCCAF). Funding for BCCAF has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Agricultural Climate Solutions – On-Farm Climate Action Fund. BCCAF is delivered by the Investment Agriculture Foundation. To learn more about BCCAF, visit