A thriving global community of Regenerative changemakers
The Savory Global Network
A decentralized network of regional Hubs, educators, and land verifiers, working to create truly regenerative outcomes through applied Holistic Management.
Savory Hubs are independently-owned and operated regional learning centers, bringing the power of Holistic Management to members of their community through their own unique impact plan, and supported by the Savory Institute and their fellow Hubs.
Accredited Professionals (AP’s) are the boots-on-the-ground educators of the Network, working through Hubs to offer training and support to land managers interested in learning how to apply Holistic Management on their land.
Ecological Outcome Verification (EOV) is a protocol that evaluates land health using a combination of leading (aboveground) and lagging (belowground) indicators. In addition to training, AP’s also provide monitoring and verification services.
By The Numbers
Savory Hubs are locally owned, led and managed initiatives across the globe, offering Holistic Management consulting and training services, on-going support, accreditation, state-of-the-art content and tools, and access to the land, networks and funding resources necessary to create a local impact.
Organizations or individuals chosen to participate in a vetting and application process in order to become a Savory Hub.
Special Projects are partnerships with aligned organizations, with the intention of building capacity and proof of concept in key strategic regions. Special Projects may evolve into Hubs once capacity is built and local leadership developed.
Accredited Savory Hubs
In addition to the above accredited Savory Hubs, the following organizations are Hub candidates and currently in-process as part of their 18-month accreditation pathway:
Boot Ranch LLC (Wyoming, USA)
Ganadera Uruguaya S.A. (Paraguay)
Gonne Girls Farm (France)
Heifer USA (Arkansas, USA)
Hickory Nut Gap Farm (North Carolina, USA)
Holistic Organic Life Denmark (Denmark)
San Sebastián Farm (Ecuador)
Montana Savory Hub (Montana, USA)
Remeny Farm (Hungary)
Robinia Institute (Virginia, USA)
Savannas Brazil Hub (Brazil)
Studio Hill Farm (Vermont, USA)
Tallgrass Network (Kansas, USA)
Tyner Pond (Indiana, USA)
Universidad para la Cooperación Internacional (Costa Rica)
(Turkey) Anatolian Pastures
(Sweden) Jörgen Andersson
(Zimbabwe) NATURE'S WAY CAN ALSO PAY
(South Africa) The Zulukama Wool Revolution
(Kenya) Mara Beef - Integrated Grazing
(Kenya) Enonkishu Maasai Interview
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How to Get Involved
We must work together to make our world a better place. Everyone has a role to play in this important work. What is yours? We invite you to explore with us.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur wanting to build innovative new impact models for your region, a passionate land manager that wants to help teach others, or an hands-on ecologist that believes in verifying regenerative outcomes, there’s a place in the Savory Global Network for you.
Independently-owned and operated, Savory Hubs are as diverse as the species in a healthy ecosystem. Hubs build regenerative capacity by training farmers, ranchers, and pastoralists in their region.
If your farm, ranch, or organization are interested in becoming a Hub, complete the short interest form below.
Accredited professionals are trainers and implementers of Holistic Management. Equipped with accreditation in the complete and current Savory Holistic Management body of knowledge, they teach, train, and support Holistic Management practitioners, as well as provide land verification with our Ecological Outcome Verification protocol.
Ecological Outcome Verification (EOV)
“You can’t manage what you don’t measure.”
Savory Hubs also offer land verification services through our EOV protocol, designed to be quick-and-easy to implement, but thorough and scientifically robust to inform both management decisions and market differentiation.