This 3-day course is partially meets the training requirements for becoming a Savory Institute Accredited Professional. While this course supports your Accreditation journey, it does fulfill all required trainings.
By adopting holistic grazing practices, you can increase grass productivity, profits, stocking rates, and crop yields, while also improving livestock health and biodiversity. There is even science evidence suggesting that well-managed grazing events with proper time and recovery can even mitigate flood, drought, and climate change!
Learn how to manage livestock holsitcally so that animals stay healthy and productive whilst increasing the biological capital that will sustain your livelihood for generations to come. Good--Holistic--grazing increases plant density and biodiversity, whilst eliminating the need for costly inputs.
In this course, we will learn how to "talk to nature, to have a relationship based in intimacy and not control" as educator Daniel Griffith says. We will learn to nurture deep relationships with the ecosystem processes all around us by implementing patience in observation alongside strategic monotiring tools that all feed health indicators back to our livestock grazing operation, as holistic planning requires time, strategic implementation, and REplanning!
As a student of this course, you will learn the 4 Ecosystem Processes, Allan Savory's Key Insights, Holistic Planned Grazing, and Ecological Monitoring.