Author: Daniela Ibarra-Howell

Daniela is CEO and co-founder of the Savory Institute. An agronomist with over 25 years of international experience, she has led the design and implementation of Savory’s revolutionary, entrepreneurial, grassroots, network-based strategy to reverse desertification and tackle the systemic food, water, and climate change crises.

Remembering Tony Lovell

Tony Arthur Lovell would have turned 60 years old this month. He’s not here to celebrate it with us, but his legacy and contribution to the advancement of Holistic Management globally will forever live on.  Tony loved the land and animals profoundly, and he had a keen talent for business, finances and investment, which is… 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 »

On fostering diversity, resilience, and empathy.

We at Savory have been immersed, feeling, listening, reading, trying to understand and process the deep pain that is being expressed right now in the US. The multi-racial movement, led by young people, that has taken to the streets in the US and cities around the world to demand equality and justice for Black people… Read more »

Entrepreneurship: the key for hope at Pakistan Savory Hub

In 2016, the Africa Centre for Holistic Management (ACHM) of Zimbabwe, in partnership with the Savory Institute (SI) joined forces with the Pakistani Livestock and Fisheries Department and assembled an international team of land, livestock, and community experts to conduct a feasibility study for implementing a successful land regeneration project in the Sindh province.  The… Read more »

Renewed synergy and community in Latin America

Earlier this year, Savory Institute and Hub leaders from Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay gathered at Fundo Panguilemu (the Chilean Hub’s demonstration site) in beautiful Chilean Patagonia to learn, discover and unveil opportunities not only for their countries but for the whole region of Latin America. Their voices, views, and concerns also attempted to represent those… Read more »

All We Might Become

Reflections on Charles Eisenstein’s essay “The Coronation”

Regenerative Reaches Uruguay

When I was in my teenage years, our family spent vacations in the famous Uruguayan beach resort of Punta del Este (as many Argentines did at the time) and explored the beautiful countryside just a few kilometers inland, where friends and family ranched. I loved this endless landscape, dotted by cattle, horses, and… Read more »