Meet our Kenyan counterparts and new friends the Wood family. They are also in the hub accreditation process with us. We have a lot in common as parents of young children–but their children see zebra, giraffe, elephants when they go riding with their parents. Maezy sees big horn sheep, antelope, jack rabbits and horny toads.
Spencer is in Boulder, Colorado today finishing up his first workshop on holistic planned grazing. He is so excited about all he is learning. He met up with Dr. Cindy Daley from Chico State College of Ag, who is also attending the training. They are discussing events and workshops for Northern California. Thank you for
We made new friends in Southwestern Idaho. Rachel wrote a lovely post about our project on her blog The Sagebrush Sea. She is a wonderful writer and captures the “cowboy-girl” life so well. This project has connected us with so many new friends and strengthened ties to old ones. For that I will forever be
Our friends and family were the first to support us in our new venture of bringing Savory Institute accredited holistic management practices to our region. Hear in their own words why they support this work: California Ranchers, the Kingdon Family: Community developer, Sue Weber: Oregon Farmer, Evan Kruse: Justinian Hatfield, Denver, Colorado:
Spencer and I, in our own words, explain why we are making significant changes to our own lives to bring a holistic management learning center to Northern California and the Western Great Basin:
Here is a video that explains why Spencer and I believe holistic management is vital to the future of farms, ranches and land in general:
This year 90 applications from 25 countries were submitted to the Savory Institute in hopes of bringing a Savory Hub to their region. My husband, Spencer, and I were one of those applicants. We described a learning center and demonstration ranch called the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management that would serve Northern California and the Western Great