Grazing management is a key component of a viable watershed restoration program. Determining pasture capacities, fencing requirements, and sufficient water for stock are all part of an effective grazing management plan.
BBCTU incorporates all of these elements into our stream restoration efforts. Throughout the valley, we’ve installed solar-powered wells filling stock tanks shared by multiple pastures, helped install fencing to accommodate rotational systems, and the number of acres under a grazing management plan is 70,000.
Here’s some samples of our work: