In this episode, I share my conversation with Will Bowling of Old Homeplace Farm (@oldhomeplacefarm) in Oneida, Kentucky. Will is a wildlife biologist, conservationist and grass farmer. We talk about the history of elk and subsistence farming in Southeastern Kentucky, the restoration and return of wildlife in this region, the incredible benefits of raising ruminants (cows, goats and sheep) and pigs on pasture, intensive rotational grazing, silvopasture (growing trees in pasture for shade, synergy and abundance), and how they manage their livestock in the winter months. Working with nature to create more ease, flow and abundance is one of my favorite things to talk about or listen to! Hearing about regenerating and building soil through holistic management of land is something that makes my heart happy. I very much enjoyed this conversation; I learned a lot and I know you will too.