Since 2020, the CCSWCD, The Land Connection, U of I Extension, Terra Elossa, LLC, IL Soybean Association, and the Pasture Project have partnered to provide education and resources to increase regenerative grazing practices in and near the Embarras River Watershed.

If you’re a producer interested in learning more about pasture management and grazing in the winter, attend the virtual office hours from the Embarras Grazing Partnership. These six live, virtual office hours (a less formal version of a webinar) will feature experts focused on different aspects of regenerative grazing. Each session will be hosted on the online community of practice platform, REGAIN.

To learn more about the Embarras Grazing Partnership, click here. To register for the virtual office hours, visit this website.


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About the Author: Jennifer Jones

​As Research Agronomist for the Illinois Soybean Association (ISA), Jennifer Jones works on behalf of Illinois soybean farmers in the development and the implementation of conservation agricultural research and outreach programs. She supports research efforts and helps communicate both in-field and edge-of-field research and validation studies to ISA’s farmer audiences; leads demonstration of conservation agriculture practices; and raises awareness of best management and continuous improvement practices for conservation agriculture in Illinois. Contact Jennifer at

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