Presseberichte zum Thema Holistic Planned Grazing

Ganzheitlich geplante Beweidung
Manfred
Site Admin
Beiträge: 1166
Registriert: 31.03.2018, 12:46

Re: Presseberichte zum Thema Holistic Planned Grazing

Beitrag von Manfred » 02.04.2020, 22:11

Nachdem die letzten Jahre lautstark verkündet wurde, im Yellowstone würden die Wölfe die Grasfresserbestände "natürlich" regulieren, und der Wapitibestand mangels Fernwandermöglichkeit (die natürliche Reaktion auf Rudelprädatoren) massiv eingebrochen ist, nehmen jetzt die Bisons überhand, die zwar auch von den Wölfen gejagt werden, aber anscheinend nicht so leicht zu knacken sind.
Deshalb lässt die Parkverwaltung jetzt 550 Bisons töten.
Ist das jetzt widernatürlich, oder die Rückkehr des Menschen zu seiner teilweisen Jäger-Natur?

https://apnews.com/043a4046504eda23bf393fad8b946158

Gleichzeitig will B.C. seinen Wolfsbestand im Karibu-Gebiet um 80% reduzieren, weil die verbliebenen Karibuherden durch die stark gewachsene Zahl der Wölfe vor dem Zusammenbruch stehen.
Ein entsprechender Versuch im Bereich der Southern Mountain Caribou Herde hat in den letzten Jahren den gewünschten Erfolg gebracht.

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-new ... ery-areas/

Alles nicht so einfach mit dem sogenannten Rewilding, das in Wahrheit nur eine Gleichgewichtsverschiebung nach menschlichem Gutdünken ist. Ohne wieder einen großräumigen Herdenzug zu ermöglichen, was durch die menschliche Infrastruktur auf absehbare Zeit unmöglich geworden ist, kann es auch kein "natürliches" Zusammenspiel zwischen Rudelprädatoren, Pflanzenfresserherden und Grasland mehr geben.



Manfred
Site Admin
Beiträge: 1166
Registriert: 31.03.2018, 12:46

Re: Presseberichte zum Thema Holistic Planned Grazing

Beitrag von Manfred » 03.04.2020, 09:31

Passend dazu:
Nach der vollständigen Ausrottung des Muffelwilds in der Göhrde durch die Wölfe steht jetzt auch der Damwildbestand vor dem Zusammenbruch.
https://www.ejz.de/lokales/lokales/wege ... 5-28-.html



Manfred
Site Admin
Beiträge: 1166
Registriert: 31.03.2018, 12:46

Re: Presseberichte zum Thema Holistic Planned Grazing

Beitrag von Manfred » 13.04.2020, 14:45

Ein Artikel von Dan Dagget aus 2017:

Thema ist unter anderem die Sanierung von Bergbauhalten mithilfe von Rindern:

www.rightwaytobegreen.com/2017/07/06/fa ... nt-add-up/



Manfred
Site Admin
Beiträge: 1166
Registriert: 31.03.2018, 12:46

Re: Presseberichte zum Thema Holistic Planned Grazing

Beitrag von Manfred » 13.06.2020, 09:52

"...With holistic management, the receptivity of the field went from the original 30 ha per cow to 12 ha at present thanks to the recovery of pastures. The increased load generated greater meat production per hectare, which affected the final income of the field. Urcera shows the results with a comparison: “many years ago we produced calves on our own 16,500-hectare farm and rented 12,500 hectares of neighboring land; now we use only our own field and produce the same amount of meat as when we rented thanks to the greater production forage. “..."

https://www.explica.co/holistic-managem ... cult-area/



Fred
Beiträge: 413
Registriert: 22.04.2018, 15:37

Re: Presseberichte zum Thema Holistic Planned Grazing

Beitrag von Fred » 25.06.2020, 00:11

Ich tue die Meldung mal hier rein, da es um Beweidung geht:
Baden Württemberg: "Mehr Geld für wolfsabweisenden Herdenschutz"

Das Umweltministerium unterstützt Anschaffung von wolfsabweisenden Zäunen innerhalb der Förderkulisse Wolfsprävention ab sofort zu 100 Prozent.

„Für den Erhalt unserer einzigartigen und artenreichen Kulturlandschaft brauchen wir die Weidehaltung. Daher ist es mir wichtig, die Halterinnen und Halter von Schafen und Ziegen darin zu unterstützen, die mit der Rückkehr des Wolfs verbundenen Herausforderungen zu meistern“, betonte Umwelt- und Naturschutzminister Franz Untersteller.

https://www.baden-wuerttemberg.de/de/se ... denschutz/



Manfred
Site Admin
Beiträge: 1166
Registriert: 31.03.2018, 12:46

Re: Presseberichte zum Thema Holistic Planned Grazing

Beitrag von Manfred » 24.07.2020, 10:05

Facebook-Beitrag von Seth Itzkan (Soil for Climate) vom 22.07.2020:
109273349_10223995266568963_5107597175655933137_n.jpg
109273349_10223995266568963_5107597175655933137_n.jpg (142.23 KiB) 325 mal betrachtet
Seth Itzkan
Satellites Don't Lie - Holistic Management Works
HOLISTICALLY MANAGED RANCH IN SOUTH AFRICA SEEN FROM EARTH AND FROM SPACE.
On ground location
Latitude: 32°29'47.36"S, Longitude: 23°38'53.00"E
Area on the left is land under holistic planned grazing. There is four times the animal density as the land on the right. In this case, it's sheep.
Google Maps Link https://www.google.com/maps/@-32.50065, ... a=!3m1!1e3
--------
Many of you have seen the fence-line photo of the holistically managed Kroon family ranch in South Africa, but you probably haven't seen the Google Earth view. Well, here it is.

Pardon me if I'm losing my patience with the Savory slammers. The efficacy of Holistic Management is obvious from both the ground and from space as anyone with eyes and a brain can assess. For those who enjoy the scientific assessment, below are annotated citations of only some of the most recent scientific verifications.
Pardon me if I'm losing my patience with the Savory slammers. The efficacy of Holistic Management is obvious from both the ground and from space as anyone with eyes and a brain can assess
To continue to parrot anti-Savory, anti-Holistic Management, and anti-grazing as a soil and climate solution sentiments, is not only intellectually insulting, but, also, morally repugnant. I would not want to be George Monbiot of The Guardian or Tara Garnett of the Food Climate Research Network (FCRN) at University of Oxford in the years to come - the two leading disparagers. They are decidedly on the wrong side of this ledger.
Let it be known, I will debate either or both of them at any time and in any format. Can you say, "gauntlet?"
Yebo. - Seth
----
Annotated Peer-Reviewed Citations for Grazing as a Means of Building Soil Carbon and Mitigating Global Warming
Texas A&M study finds 1.2 tons of carbon per acre per year (1.2 tC/ac/yr) drawdown via properly-managed grazing, and that the drawdown potential of North American pasturelands is 800 million tons (megatonnes) of carbon per year (800 MtC/yr).


Teague, W. R., Apfelbaum, S., Lal, R., Kreuter, U. P., Rowntree, J., Davies, C. A., R. Conser, M. Rasmussen, J. Hatfield, T. Wang, F. Wang, Byck, P. (2016). The role of ruminants in reducing agriculture's carbon footprint in North America. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 71(2), 156-164. doi:10.2489/jswc.71.2.156 http://www.jswconline.org/content/71/2/ ... l.pdf+html
University of Georgia study finds 3 tons of carbon per acre per year (3 tC/ac/yr) drawdown following a conversion from row cropping to regenerative grazing.
Machmuller, M. B., Kramer, M. G., Cyle, T. K., Hill, N., Hancock, D., & Thompson, A. (2015). Emerging land use practices rapidly increase soil organic matter. Nature Communications, 6, 6995. doi:10.1038/ncomms7995 https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms7995
Michigan State University study finds 1.5 tons of carbon per acre per year (1.5 tC/ac/yr) drawdown via well-managed grazing, more than enough to offset all GHG emissions associated with the beef finishing phase.
Stanley, P. L., Rowntree, J. E., Beede, D. K., DeLonge, M. S., & Hamm, M. W. (2018). Impacts of soil carbon sequestration on life cycle greenhouse gas emissions in Midwestern USA beef finishing systems. Agricultural Systems, 162, 249-258. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2018.02.003
2013 paper by University of Oregon Department of Geological Sciences professor, Gregory J. Retallack, shows that the co-evolution of ruminants and grassland soil (mollisols) was essential for geologic cooling of the last 20 million years - which lead to the conditions suitable for human evolution - and can be an instrumental part of the necessary cooling in the future to mitigate and reverse global warming.

Retallack, G. (2013). Global Cooling by Grassland Soils of the Geological Past and Near Future (Vol. 41, pp. 69–86): Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-earth-050212-124001
Also
Study: White Oak Pastures Beef Reduces Atmospheric Carbon
Third party sustainability science firm validates Southwest Georgia farm is storing more carbon in its soil than pasture-raised cows emit during their lifetimes.
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-release ... 41416.html
Upside (Drawdown) - The Potential of Restorative Grazing to Mitigate Global Warming by Increasing Carbon Capture on Grasslands
The paper suggests that the global potential carbon drawdown may be quite larger than previously estimated, where restorative grazing had not been factored. It is suggested that 25 to 60 ton of carbon per hectare (t C/ha) may be sequestered on semi-arid grasslands and savannas, representing a transition from highly degraded to fully restored landscapes. The global potential is estimated to be in the range of 88 to 210 gigatons (Gt), with a CO2 equivalence of approximately 41 to 99 ppm, enough to significantly mitigate global warming. The introduction and first-part conclusions are provided herein. The full paper including citations is available at the bottom of this page and at the link below.
https://www.planet-tech.com/upsidedrawdown



Antworten