Our Work Worldwide
Savory Hubs offer consulting and training services, state-of-the-art content and tools, and access to land, networks and funding resources necessary to create the scale of impact needed at the ground level. In 2013, Savory Institute will help establish the first ten strategically placed, locally led and managed hubs around the world to empower people to use properly managed livestock to heal the land.
Read our year-end review of 2012 and our vision for 2013.
Your Donation’s Impact
Our network of generous supporters donated $30,000 in the last two months of 2012. These funds will be used for two members of each of our first ten Savory Hubs to attend the first Savory Hub leadership training bootcamp in Boulder, Colorado in June 2013. This event will mark the beginning of a global network, a true community of entrepreneurs dedicated to restoring the grasslands of the world!
All contributions to the Savory Hubs project will be used to help cover training, accommodation, and food for the Hub leaders while they are in the USA for the June training, as well as their participation in the first Savory Institute International Conference to take place in Boulder, CO at the end of June. In turn, they will make their own investment by covering their international travel costs, from places as far away as Turkey, Australia, Patagonia, and South Africa!
The Hub leaders are eager to participate in these two weeks of total immersion in the principles and practice of Holistic Management. Please donate today to help us as we help affect large-scale global change.
With your donation we will be one step closer toward reaching our 2025 vision of a global network of 100 Savory Hubs worldwide, influencing one billion hectares and training 12,000 practitioners in Holistic Management.
We are a project of Sustainable Settings, a nonprofit focused on harvesting nature’s intelligence to research, demonstrate and design whole systems strategies for sustainable development. Sustainable Settings is our 501(c)(3) fiscal agent.