Silvopasture is an agroforestry practice that integrates livestock, forage production, and forestry on the same land-management unit. Silvopasture systems are deliberately designed and managed to produce a high-value timber product in the long term while providing short-term annual economic benefit from a livestock component through the management of forage or an annual crop component.

This website is a companion resource to the technical handbook, Silvopasture: Establishment & management principles for pine forests in the Southeastern United States. (click here to download handbook). The site is designed as an online course and a resource to enable natural resource professionals and landowners to understand and apply the economic and ecological principals of Silvopasture.

Once you complete all Modules and Quizes, you will receive 3.0 CFE Credit Hours in Category 1-CF from the Society of American Foresters.

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