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Glacierland’s grazing educators work collaboratively with farmers, agency staff, researchers, educational institutions, conservation groups and consumers to enhance and increase restorative agriculture. They actively facilitate networking and mentoring between local graziers.

Pasture Walks

We host pasture walks throughout eastern Wisconsin to support grazing on mid-sized farms. Pasture walks provide an opportunity for producers to see successful grazing practices in action and provide them access to experts and networking opportunities. Pasture walks are free to attend and open for the public. Expect to tour the farm operation. All questions are welcome. Social hour often included. 

For questions or to learn about upcoming event contact: Kirsten Jurcek at



Workshops bring the latest grazing technologies and research data to local farmers and agency staff through both regional and national experts and on farm pasture walks tailored to various graziers’ experience levels and to the general public. 

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Farmer-Led Discussions

We know that some of the best tips and practices come from farmers themselves, so we try to facilitate networking and mentoring between local graziers.

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