This age-old agricultural system could help raise sustainable livestock

'Integrating trees, grasses and other vegetation with grazing domesticated animals could be a solution to many of the issues associated with raising livestock.' Image: UNSPLASH/ Stijn te Strake

Vivian Arguelles Gonzalez

PhD Candidate - Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University


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Silvopastoral systems boost biodiversity by providing animals and birds with well-canopied habitats. Image: The Conversation/Vivian Arguelles

Producers in Mexico and other Latin American countries seeing the benefits of silvopastoral practices. Image: The Conversation/Luis Moire Aguilar

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