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Holistic land planning and ecological monitoring course: Springs Ranch July 6 to 9, 2017

The Jefferson Center for Holistic Management is offering a four-day Holistic Land Planning and Ecological Monitoring course, July 6 through 9 at the Smith Family ranch and learning site, Springs Ranch in Fort Bidwell, California. Participants will learn how to make a long-term land plan for their property and how to work toward this each year

Grazing for Change, holistic management, Jefferson Center for Holistic Management

Holistic Management Webinars with the Jefferson Center and Regenerative Ag Friends

Jefferson Center webinar series We are starting a monthly webinar series! We never have enough time to chat with all our friends at conferences, workshops and other events. There are so many questions to answer and topics to discuss regarding Holistic Management, the Savory Institute, regenerative agriculture, etc. The fourth Tuesday of each month at 5

Get the most out of regenerative Ag

How to make a living off the land

How your land can produce a living for you and your family  You can make a living off the land. Though your management, create an agriculture business that produces more, earns more, while saving the planet in the process, and the market will reward you for it.  Consumers and manufacturers are calling for products that

Kiss the Ground, soil is a climate solution, Grazing for Change, Jefferson Center for Holistic Management

Grazing for Change 2016 ignited a consumer revolution

Gathering of leaders in regenerative agriculture The big, concrete, warehouse-like pavilion at the Chico State University Farm served as a blank slate where the leaders in the regenerative agriculture movement gathered to create the first sketches of a new marketplace for regenerative products. Sponsors, speakers and attendees shared a vision for a new marketplace–one that

Robb Wolf, ancestral health, paleo, holistic management, regenerative agriculture

Regenerative agriculture should join the conversation on ancestral health and evolutionary medicine

Looking around Cole Hall at the University of California San Francisco Medical School, I realized how familiar I’d become with a very non-mainstream crowd. I asked my dear friend sitting in the lecture hall beside me, how comfortable she felt in a room of mainly very strong, fit, vibrant people sporting tattoos, barefoot shoes, caring Kleen Kanteen