A resilient underground workforce: 

with Nicole Masters, Integrity Soils, 2021

Principles for regenerative agriculture and soil health

7 p.m., Tuesday, March 16

What does healthy, resilient soil look, smell and feel like? What are my underground livestock and how do I feed them? How can I maximize rainfall use efficiencies? Am I getting the maximum quality and performance on my land? Soil health expert Nicole Masters reminds us that when we’re ill, we go to a doctor. Like our bodies, our ranches are complex ecosystems that need regular expert attention and “checkups.” Masters shares principles to find the heartbeat of your land’s health.

Ranch Stewards Book Club starts in January, which meets monthly at 7 p.m.

Featuring For the Love of Soil by Nicole Masters, with discussions on Jan. 26, Feb. 23, March 16 with the final discussion at 5 p.m. the day of her virtual presentation.

Reducing costs by increasing resilience.

Nicole Masters, in person

in conjunction with Winnett ACES

Tue., June 29 – Winnett | Sat., July 10 – Malta | Mon., July 12 – Glasgow | Wed., July 14 – Circle

World renowned agroecologist Nicole Masters of New Zealand-based Integrity Soils will lead four similar day-long workshops across North-Central Montana on soil biology and carbon levels, nutrient cycling, grazing management, and the economic benefits of soil health. In Malta and Glasgow, each on-ranch workshop will be preceded by a cocktail hour/casual reception in town with Nicole.

COST: $35 per person + $20 for additional business partners

Contact Laura Nelson info@ranchstewards.org; for further information and registration.