This is part 2 of a conversation with Sam Bingham. Sam is a a journalist. He spent about ten years living in New Mexico with the Navajo. While he was there, he met Allan Savory. Savory’s work promotes the use of livestock and planned rotational grazing to reverse the process of desertification.
Bingham co-wrote Holistic Management Handbook with Savory. I wanted to talk to him about the of livestock to maintain healthy grasslands.
We begin this week’s podcast with a description of Alan Savory and his work. It’s interesting to hear about people whose ideas sit outside of the mainstream. We will need creative, out-of-the-box thinkers to help solve the climate change crisis.
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