Fibershed 2021 Symposium: Agroforestry Panel – Sonja Brodt, Liz Carlisle, Guido Frosini, Jesse Smith

Agroforestry is the practice of integrating trees into our cropping and livestock systems, bringing ecological and economic benefits to farms and ranches. This panel from the Fibershed 2021 Wool & Fine Fiber Symposium discusses the various types of agroforestry practices, their relevance for California fiber and food systems, and strategies for implementation and establishment.

Watch more presentations from the 2021 Fibershed Symposium here and/or read our 2021 Symposium Takeaways Blog! 

HELPFUL RESOURCES:

Sonja Brodt

Jesse Smith

  • White Buffalo Land Trust Website
  • Instagram – @white_buffalo_land_trust
  • Buttonwillow Cotton Alley Cropping Project collaboration with Fibershed and Gonzales-Siemens Family Farm, funded by CDFA’s Healthy Soils Program
  • Instagram: @gonzalessiemensfamilyfarm

Liz Carlisle

Guido Frosini

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