Month: October 2017

Slow Money Gathering Welcomes Savory Into SOIL Conversations

Savory CEO, Daniela Ibarra-Howell, had the pleasure to facilitate a conversation about “soil” during the inspiring SOIL conference hosted by Slow Money in Boulder earlier this week.

Slow Money shares with us the belief that people are waking up to the importance of soil, its fertility, and its vital role in human health, resilient communities, and… Read more »

Boot Family Ranch

The 2017  Savory Hub Leadership Bootcamp was held in Gunnison, Colorado in partnership with Coldharbour Institute, a hub candidate. The Savory Institute team worked with the new hubs teams to equip them with the context, skills and information to create a solid business plan for their new hub. The beauty of late September in the… Read more »

Prairie Vista Park

Paradigm shifts within urban and sub-urban city parks and open spaces.

Written by Trey Shelton

In the middle of Greenwood Village, a suburb of the greater Denver area along the edge of the Colorado mountains, is a small city park of just about 3 acres. While so many municipal parks are using massive amounts of water to… Read more »