Forests are key to global sustainability-- really fascinating and informative #infographic about the incredible renewable resource of #forests and how many of us depend on them. | Via Global Landscapes Forum
Response from Dr. Thomas Scott, Dean College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences at Clemson University to the January 19, 2012 Yahoo! Education Post: “College Majors that are Useless” http://www.clemson.edu/cafls/news_research/news/agricultural_science_majors_hardly_a_useless_pursuit.html
The Brabant is a working horse with a quite, willing disposition, making it an ideal breed for the small farmer interested in sustainable agriculture and sustainable forestry practices. Height: 15-17 hands, Weight: 1800-2200 lbs. Colors: 7 colors; Bay, Black (Rare), Bay Roan, Blue Roan, Strawberry Roan, Sorrel and occasionally Gray.