Month: November 2016

Soils and Climate – Savory at High Level Meeting on 4p1000 in Preparation for COP22

On the 26th October, Savory Institute CEO, Daniela Ibarra-Howell, had the great honor to attend the High Level Meeting on Climate Friendly Landscapes hosted by the Sustainability Unit of the Prince’s Charities at Lancaster House in London, by invitation from HRH Prince of Wales and French Minister of Agriculture Stephan Le Foll.

The meeting was intended… Read more »

Savory Keynotes This Year’s World Meat Congress

Written by the Savory Director of Special Projects, Jody Butterfield

In his November 9 keynote address to the 21st World Meat Congress in Punta del Este, Uruguay, Allan Savory offered more than 700 meat industry leaders from 36 countries hope for an industry that has been battered by public opinion. “With livestock out of feedlots and… Read more »

Savor the Many Flavors of Grassfed Meat

Few things are as deeply rooted in humans building community as congregating over a fire to cook meat and enjoying it together. In ancient cultures, the elders always got first dibs at the most tender cuts, as it was not uncommon to lose some teeth along the more primal journey of life.

In his book,… Read more »

Cowboys with Berets: Changing the Face of Uruguay Grazing

Written by Savory Champion, Gary Richards

You know you’re in a place heavily influenced by tradition when the distinguished cattle rancher and veterinarian points with pride to his grandfather’s picture on the wall of the local farm and ranch association office. The wall is lined with such photographs, some going back a hundred years.

We are in… Read more »