The Noble Research Institute (NRI) Land Stewardship Platform is intended to provide an institute-wide opportunity for collaboration within and among the Producer Relations, Applied Systems, Research and Education cornerstones. For more information, click here for an overview.
Green Valley Farms Living Laboratory was selected by the Noble Research Institute, along with eleven other ranches in Oklahoma and Texas, as "Pilot" ranches for the Noble Land Stewardship (Noble LSP) program. The development of an ecological baseline and monitoring of soil sampling for each ranch will become part of the a general ecological baseline and the ranch resource inventory. A Land Stewardship Plan for each ranch will also be developed based on the retrieved data identifying Land Management Concerns (LMC's) that will be addressed in the individualized plan. For more information on the Sampling and Monitoring program, click here for the overview.
NRI researchers taking a soil sample for the Sampling and Monitoring Program
GVF Living Laboratory is pleased to partner with the Noble Research Institute in providing a venue for tours, demonstrations and community events.
On May 1st the U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef provided its stakeholders an opportunity to visit GVF Living Laboratory as part of its beef supply chain tour during the 2018 U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (USRSB) General Assembly Meeting in Oklahoma City, OK.
located in Cleveland & McClain Counties, Oklahoma