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Rangeland details - Jinst

An overview of the location and rangeland recovery for Erdenet Mal Sureg and Ovoots Tsagaan in Jinst. The two communities are near each other but not contiguous.



6 Monitoring points cover the two landscapes

Ecosystem condition

Rangeland condition is measured at each monitoring point using the State and Transition Model developed for Mongolian Rangelands. The model is an extremely useful tool developed in a collaboration through the Swiss funded Green Gold project. Details on the model can be found here.   

For ease of understanding - class 1 means the rangeland is more or less OK, class 2 means it can recover within 3 to 5 years, class 3 means recovery will take longer, and beyond class 3 indicates severe degradation with no clear recovery path. 


The Community has developed a Landscape Compact with Good Growth, planning long term management actions across the rangeland. These span livestock controls, pasture management, animal welfare and capacity building. The group has incurred reduced animal numbers due to extreme weather during 2023. Recovery class is at 1 or 2 across both managed areas.

The Landscape is ready to integrate with the right long term commercial partners - integrating regenerative landscape management with supply chain partners to build a fully regenerative business system.

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