Certification as a Forage and Grassland Professional signifies that the designated individual has met the basic qualifications to be able to carry out professional work in the field, and has not been found to engage in unprofessional conduct. Persons possessing the professional credentials indicating that they can plan critical conservation practices and implement sound resource management of pasture, hayland, and grazed cropland may be certified as such by the American Forage and Grassland Council. 

Critical conservation practices are those that address critical resource needs such as: gully, sheet, rill, and streambank erosion; plant health and adaptation, and contaminated runoff. Such practices include but are not limited to: prescribed grazing, water supply alternatives, stream crossings, fencing, and livestock trails and walkways.

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