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The benefits of conservation are explored through the firsthand experiences of farmers and ranchers.
Season 1, Episode 70
October 25, 2016
A closer look at the overall health of rangeland soil, and the effects of increased rainfall in South Dakota.
Season 1, Episode 69
September 20, 2016
Land management tips from the last four years of the show are revisited.
Season 1, Episode 68
September 13, 2016
The environmental importance of grasslands are discussed by experts from the SD Grassland Coalition, SD Soil Health Coalition and Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Season 1, Episode 67
September 6, 2016
This peisode spotlights a successful, wholly original South Carolina family farm.
Season 1, Episode 66
August 30, 2016
We pay a visit to the Perman Family, proprietors of the award-winning Rock Hills Ranch in Lowry, S.D.
Season 1, Episode 65
August 23, 2016
Mesquite control results are discussed with Dow AgroSciences specialists in Texas.
Season 1, Episode 64
August 16, 2016
Stewards of the land share conservation tips on their South Dakota ranch.
Season 1, Episode 63
August 9, 2016
A charming visit to a South Carolina farm that includes cover crops and pastured chickens.
Season 1, Episode 62
August 2, 2016
Soil health is discussed with leaders from South Dakota's Grassland Coalition, Soil Health Coalition and Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Season 1, Episode 61
This episode focuses on rangeland soil health and rainfall accumulation within the Granite State.
Season 1, Episode 60
July 26, 2016
A focus on pastureland soil health in the southeast U.S.
Season 1, Episode 59
July 19, 2016
Dr. Larry Butler shares his lifelong affinity towards conservation.
Season 1, Episode 58
July 12, 2016
In this episode, we discuss prickly pear control, grazing management and the development of whitetail deer antlers.
Season 1, Episode 57
July 5, 2016
Product descriptions and installation advice from the Stay Tuff Fence contractors' certification training event.
Season 1, Episode 56
June 28, 2016
A rangeland management specialist views the effects of local ground covers on erosion and water quality by using the Texas Grazinglands Coalition's rainfall simulator.
Season 1, Episode 55
September 23, 2014
Cropland practices and water conservation are explored.
Season 1, Episode 54
September 16, 2014
Water conservation with Texas panhandle corn producers, Texas Alliance is discussed.
Season 1, Episode 53
September 9, 2014
Out on the Land receives an award and the 4-H range/pasture team visits.
Season 1, Episode 52
September 2, 2014
Soil health and pasture management in Ky. and Tenn. is discussed.
Season 1, Episode 51
August 26, 2014
How to balance forage and habitat with animal numbers.
Season 1, Episode 50
August 19, 2014
A Pennsylvania farm shares stewardship and landscape with senior citizens.
Season 1, Episode 49
August 12, 2014
The importance of proper planning of the right fence to meet landowner objectives is discussed.
Season 1, Episode 48
August 5, 2014
Organization helps small landowners.
Season 1, Episode 47
July 29, 2014
Tools to manage soil.
Season 1, Episode 46
July 23, 2014
The focus is on a tree farm that restores ecosystems and improves wildlife habitats in Alabama.
Season 1, Episode 45
July 16, 2014
Exploring conservation on Pennsylvania's farms and its positive impact on water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.
Season 1, Episode 44
July 8, 2014
Conservation activities in Alabama are chronicled.
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