Great Garden Series - Sarah Gleason of Gleason Bison, speaker
4:00pm / Durango Pubic Library
Regeneratively managed livestock is not only good for the environment, but essential for healthy soil and thriving ecosystems. With looming problems such as climate change, world hunger, water scarcity, and struggling rural economies, understanding the relationship between grazing animals and healthy ecosystems has never been more vital. Managing land and livestock symbiotically with nature is crucial for us as humans, as well as all creatures, from bees to bison.
Sarah Gleason is a first-generation bison rancher based in Hesperus,
CO She entered ranching after building a career first in consumer
marketing and later in advocacy for regenerative agriculture and
conservation. She began her bison operation in 2016 when she
purchased her first 15 bred bison.
Gleason Bison is a holistically managed, grass-fed bison operation
committed to serving its community, regenerating the environment, and producing thriving animals.