Targeted Conservation Grazing Program

Targeted conservation grazing is a cost effective means of maintaining large natural areas like the Meewasin Northeast Swale as it mimics natural disturbance regimes to promote biodiversity. Meewasin has produced a short video to explain why and how we use targeted conservation grazing as part of our management plan.

To find out more about targeted conservation grazing at Meewasin, view the PDFs below.

Meewasin Northeast Swale – Biodiversity Through Targeted Conservation Grazing

La baissière du nord-est de la vallée Meewasin – La biodiversité par le pâturage des moutons

Shepard Jared with grazing sheep
Jared’s border collie herding the sheep