Gregory Horner has worked at the intersection of environment, agriculture and sustainability for 18 years. As an independent consultant he works with foundations, nonprofits, and individual donors, providing them with strategy development, research, impact assessment, and program implementation. His recent clients include Patagonia, the Sunrise Project, TomKat Ranch, Clean Energy States Alliance, and Armonia, LLC. Greg is the lead author of a series of profiles of public land managers who use regenerative grazing to achieve their conservation goals. (see www.landandmanagement.com). He also contributed to the 2020 report: "Barriers For Farmers & Ranchers To Adopt Regenerative Ag Practices In The US", sponsored by Patagonia. Greg is also the senior program officer at the Cedar Tree Foundation, where he manages a $17 million funding initiative focused on regenerative grazing. He lives on the North Shore of Massachusetts with his wife and two girls. He's an avid gardener, cyclist and skier.
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- C06. Regenerative Grazing Leases
September 16, 2022
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM