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Jefferson Center Immersion Program Journals

The following post is written by the Jefferson Center’s immersion program participant, Willie Canseco from Austin, Texas.    My name is Willie Canseco. I’m a student from Del Rio, Texas, a city on the U.S.-Mexico border. I attend Hampshire College in Western Massachusetts, where I hope to steer my studies toward regenerative agriculture. My family raises beef cattle;

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The Van Fleet Family implements holistic planned grazing

The following is a guest post by Indian Valley, California rancher Maria Van Fleet. She and her family attended Grazing for Change and studied holistic management before implementing holistic planned grazing. Maria manages the family ranch with her husband David, son Eric and daughters Hannah and Camille. We are proud of them for taking the

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Holistic Management producers collaborate and enter the Soil Carbon Challenge

The following post is a travel log by Spencer Smith: In late April,  I traveled to the Sacramento Valley twice to do some monitoring with Peter Donovan and was invited to a two-day holistic management round table discussion on the land west of Red Bluff, Calif. I had a wonderful time working with holistic management professionals from

Why we believe in holistic management

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: