Guest post from Vermont Hub leader, Jesse McDougall of Studio Hill Farm
Funded by FFAR, the initiative aims to understand how land management impacts soil health and farmer well-being, and expand on Savory’s Ecological Outcome Verification (EOV) protocol
CAMPO’s annual benefit dinner, which caps off the first night of CAMPO Artfest, an artistic takeover of Pueblo Garzon – is a celebration of art, creativity, cultural exchange, and community.
Land to Market, the world’s first outcomes-based verified regenerative sourcing solution, Surpasses More Than 2.5 Million Acres of Land Monitored
More than 70 brands, including Burberry, Timberland and Applegate, are joining with Land to Market to bring verified regenerative products to market and make an impact on the climate crisis
Through a partnership with the Savory Institute’s Land to Market program, Burberry is facilitating the regeneration of the world’s grasslands in the leather supply chain and the livelihoods of their inhabitants.
By Andrea Malmberg, Savory Accredited Field Professional. This post originally appeared on the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management’s blog.
Learning How to Find True Wealth
Excerpt from WTiN’s “Wool from regenerative sources for the sports & outdoor market” report, highlighting the South Africa Savory Hub’s work providing Holistic Management training and Ecological Outcome Verification for communal and commercial farmers