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Kachana Pastoral Co.
lush grass

Once plants get established, periodic grazing that imitates the actions of wild herds keeps ecosystem processes functioning and aids the soil-building process. Up to 30 mm (1 inch) of new soil can be grown in a year using good grazing management. Even on arid sites, significant amounts of soil can be grown in 3 years.

November 1998: Same area revegetated, using managed grazing by cattle as the main restoration tool.