We heard Alan Savory state this again tonight at the gala dinner. The conviction in his voice always chills me. He says it is the only way. Despite this intense focus and call to us for leadership in this important work (no pressure), it was a light evening and a delish lamb dinner. Spencer did
We arrived in London yesterday extremely jet lagged but so happy to be here. We are a ways away from the conference hotel and downtown so we’ve become quite adept at the sophisticated public transit system in London, a.k.a. “the tube.” We had this morning to ourselves before meeting the rest of the 2013 and
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
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:
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