GrassCast

Stories on Pasture: Serge Koenig shares about a shift to grazing happening in Sauk County

November 09, 2020 Grassland 2.0
GrassCast
Stories on Pasture: Serge Koenig shares about a shift to grazing happening in Sauk County
Show Notes

Serge Koenig has served for more than 25 years as a Conservation Technician for Sauk County in Wisconsin. He is passionate about his work--helping land owners think about how to best preserve the natural resources (especially water and soil!) that they steward. In recent years, Serge has turned to promoting grassland-based systems as a way to get to the root of the conversation problems that Sauk County faces. And, in our conversation, he shares about his approach, as well as the obstacles and opportunities that he's seen when helping farmers transition to grazing.

If you want to learn more about Serge and the work that he does, check out the Sauk County Conservation Reserve Program.

This episode's soundtrack is UpUpUp and Over by Blue Dot Sessions.

Stories on Pasture
is based on oral history interviews conducted as a part of the Grassland 2.0 project. Serge was interviewed via Zoom in August of 2020.

This podcast is made possible thanks to a Sustainable Agricultural Systems Coordinated Agriculture grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.