Month: July 2020

Remembering Linda Kay James of James Ranch

Linda Kay James, a key leader and founder of the James Ranch in Durango, Colorado passed away at the age of 80. A long-time practitioner of Holistic Management and close friend of the Savory Institute, Kay pioneered regenerative agricultural practices in southwest Colorado.

Kay and David James raised their family of five children… Read more »

Regenerative Voices: A Q&A with At the Epicenter

At the Epicenter’s director Seleyn DeYarus recently invited Daniela Ibarra-Howell, Co-founder & CEO of Savory Institute into an open-forum Q&A as part of the Women Leading Regeneration Power Hour Series.

This Power Hour Q&A session followed the recent release of At The Epicenter’s Regenerative Voices™ Elevating Stories Activating Change Podcast Episode 15 with… Read more »

Savory Trailblazes in Covid Times

In these uncertain times, pivoting is the name of the game for impact entrepreneurs, as well as everyone in the regenerative ecosystem. Savory Institute and its global network are not exceptions. We love to tap into our global creativity and experiment together, as this is the seed of any innovation process. We embrace challenges… Read more »

Remembering Stan Parsons

I was sad to learn today of Stan’s passing and extend my deepest sympathy to Hazel, David, Deana and Ashleigh. 

I first me Stan in the 1970s when, in then what was Rhodesia, George Rudland (Minister of Agriculture) appointed Stan as the government’s economist to the Charter Trials. Also appointed were Dr. John… Read more »