The North Dakota Grazing Lands Coalition will host its Winter Conference and Annual Meeting on Jan. 12-13 in Medora. The event will bring together national and local experts, mentors with experience implementing regenerative farming and ranching practices, and those interested in learning about these innovative ideas.

Farmers and ranchers interested in regenerative land management are invited to hear from national experts such as Diana Rodgers, who will be discussing "The Truth About Beef: Nutrition, Environment and Ethics," and Gabe Brown, NDGLC mentor, who will be speaking about "The Future of Agriculture." Local producer Jesse Kalberer and 2020 Leopold Award winner, the Dockter-Jensen Ranch, will be discussing their conservation journeys. Registration is available on the NDGLC website at

NDGLC was organized by a grassroots group in 1996 to promote the health and sustainability of North Dakota's 13.5 million acres of grazing lands. NDGLC believes that through voluntary actions, respect for private property rights and education on the values and multiple benefits of well-managed grazing resources, these goals are achievable. For more information, visit

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