A Grasslands 2.0 Production

Grassland 2.0 is a collaborative group of farmers, researchers, and public and private sector leaders working to develop pathways for increased farmer profitability, yield stability and nutrient and water efficiency, while improving water quality, soil health, biodiversity, and climate resilience through grassland-based agriculture. The Gra-zine is an educational mini-magazine created by the Grassland 2.0 Curriculum Development team. Its objective is to assist in the transformation to perennial grass-based agricultural landscapes.

The project is based at UW–Madison and the work is supported by the Sustainable Agriculture Systems Coordinated Agricultural Program grant no. 2019-68012-29852 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.