Grazing Animals Can End The Drought

Whether the drought in the Southwestern United States is caused by climate change or desertification (or both), grazing animals can end the drought, if those animals are managed the way Allan Savory suggests in his famous TED talk.

The Southwestern United States is almost entirely grassland, and it is turning into desert. Even when it rains, the land no longer holds the water and little of that water is making its way to the aquifers. Its desertification could be reversed with Holistic Planned Grazing. If you would like to see what can be done with such dry land, check out the before and after photos at Planet Tech and prepare to be amazed.

But, you might reasonably ask, how is this possible? Here is a clear explanation of how Holistic Planned Grazing can restore lush grassland and water to dry and barren land: Literally Saving the Earth by Regenerating Grassland.

Read more about how this works and what you can do to help: How to Stop Grasslands From Turning Into Deserts.

Listen to a podcast about this: Literally Saving the Earth by Regenerating Grassland.

Adam Khan is the co-author with Klassy Evans of Fill Your Tank With Freedom and the author of Slotralogy and Self-Reliance, Translated. Follow his podcast, The Adam BombYou can email him here.

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