We are proud to be building a global regenerative agriculture movement that is restoring soil health, sequestering carbon, and providing clean water while feeding local communities. We run our own social venture as a Regenerative Business, trying to create more value in the ecosystem than we capture.
PastureMap’s mission is to help farmers and ranchers make profits building healthy grasslands.
We are creating a vibrant, inclusive network of future regenerative leaders through our Regeneration Rising collaborative – focused on empowering the next generation of farmers and ranchers.
Read more on what it means to be a Regenerative Business in this note from our CEO.
Grazing Innovators are experts in their field, they’re hand picked by PastureMap to provide support to new users in their region. As consultants, business owners, and leaders in the grazing industry they’re an invaluable resource for our the PastureMap community. Read their bios below to reach out to them.
Tate is the owner of Regenerative Stewardship, LLC- a land management and counseling company, started in 2016. The mission of Regenerative Stewardship is “Striving to responsibly steward the land and assist others to do the same.” Regenerative Stewardship takes a holistic and context focused approach to land management. We primarily assist land owners develop and implement management tools that positively influence the economic, ecological, and social aspects of their landscape.
Byron graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in Business. Byron has worked on farms and ranches from to Tennessee to California. Byron has spent the last 4 years regeneratively managing land and cattle for the non profit Sonoma Mountain Institute where he has gotten to live his creative vision of broad acre grassland restoration. At Sonoma Mountain Institute Byron, Jeremiah and Nate have managed land and seen encouraging results with increases in plant biodiversity, native species and overall ecological health. Now he is CEO of Grounded Land and Livestock.