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Producer Tour of Rangeland Carbon Experiment

Join us on a tour of the research site! 

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Directions from I94 

  • Take exit 176 near Endless Tubing 

  • Turn right on 236th St NE towards Endless Tubing

  • Turn right on Ave NE past Endless Tubing

  • Follow the curve where 30th changes to 249th Ave NE

  • Follow 249th until the tar ends at the intersection of 249th and 103rd

  • Turn left on to 103rd Ave NE (this is a dirt road)

  • Follow 103rd until it comes to a T

  • Turn right on 223rd St NE

  • Follow until it comes to a T and stop sign

  • Turn left on 136th Ave NE

  • Go about a mile down 136th Ave NE until you see the signs for the event 

  • Park along the road

  • Google Maps Link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/LhbMnyS4CxTJx4Wx9

Energy, Grazers, and Carbon

Observed Benefits of Managed Grazing

  • Increases in soil organic matter.

  • ​Increased forage production.

  • Increases in water retention.

  • Increased pollinator activity.

  • Improved drought resistance.

  • And More​

Project Goals

  • Determine the effect of managed grazing on carbon uptake.

  • Identify the potential added value to rangelands.​

  • Incentivize rangeland conservation.

  • Remove carbon dioxide from the air and store it naturally. 

Photo Gallery 

Helpful Links

Events!

The Williston Basin Petroleum Conference:

When: May 14-16

Where:  Bismark Event Center, 315 St S, Bismark, ND 58504

Link: Williston Basin Petroleum Conference 2024 (wbpcnd.com)

 

July Field Tour
Date: July 11th 
Time: 1o till noon​
Location: 36th Ave NE, McKenzie ND
Register at: Producer Tour of Rangeland Carbon Experiment Tickets, Thu, Jul 11, 2024 at 10:00 AM | Eventbrite
Questions: Contact Rebecca Phillips: 701-425-1433
GrazingLands@protonmail.com​

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