Dr. Will Winter Visits White Oak Pastures

 

Cafe Campesino- Cup of Compassion

 

Urban Experience Meets Bluffton Soil

 

Will's Wisdom on Regenerative Agriculture

Over the millions of years of our earth's evolution, a number of essential cycles were created: the water cycle, the energy cycle, the mineral cycle, the microbial cycle, the carbon cycle, and others.

Over the last 80, or so, years, we have broken all these cycles. We have industrialized,...

Our RADical Workshop

 

Spotlight On Our Poultry Crew

Savory Workshop at White Oak Pastures - Build Soil, Build Wealth

White Oak Pastures teamed up with the Savory Institute to present a Holistic Management workshop led by Spencer Smith. Spencer is a Savory Institute Accredited Field Professional and owner and operator of the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management.

The workshop lasted four days and included...

Biofertilizer Use In Our Poultry Program

   

White Oak Pastures is full of passionate and innovative employees. A project started by our recent intern, Karen Cano, has continued on past her graduation from our internship program. Her independent experiment focused on developing a biofertilizer program on the farm. We have continued...

Good Land Stewardship Can Be Seen

 Above: This fenceline demonstrates the stark difference between a pasture that was grazed (right) and a pasture left fallow (left).  We own the right pasture and recently aquired the left. We look forward to increasing the bioproductivity and forage profile of the new pasture using all natural,...

Guardian Dogs

Farming daily reminds us that we are part of nature, not separate from it. Particularly with our holistic, natural approach to land stewardship, we respect and work with the natural world. To this end, we must face the trials that come with a natural, pasture-based system, including the presence...

Shade As Silvopasture

White Oak Pastures has based our land stewardship on Savory Institute's Savannah paradigm. In this system, the ideal composition is 20% shade, 80% pasture. We are working with our Iberian and heritage hogs to create the farm’s 20% shade, silvopasture ecosystem. Our woody polyculture will...

The Compromises of A Land Steward/Herdsman

As a land steward and herdsman, Will is always making compromises with the long term picture in mind.

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