Regenerative Food Network Webinar Hosted by Jesse McDougall and Abbey Smith I met Jesse McDougall a few years ago, when Judith Schwartz, author of Cows Save the Planet and Water in Plain Sight recommended I reach out to Studio Hill Farm in Vermont to learn about their regenerative practices and to explore joining the Savory Global Network. Given Judith’s descriptive review
Virtual Ranch Field Day 5 PM PT | August 14, 2020 Event Description: The Jefferson Center is experimenting with healthy soils. In our Great Basin region of vast rangelands, pastures and more cattle than people (at least in Modoc County), what practices create healthy soil? Which are realistic and economical for the farmer or
How to Talk About Regenerative Agriculture Without Confusing Everyone Hosted by Mandy Magill and Abbey Smith Sometimes it is really hard to talk about Regenerative Agriculture. What is it exactly? Where do you start? Is it with soil health? The importance of ruminants? The connection of soil to plants to animals to nutrient dense
Activating our Network with Land to Market Hosted by David Rizzo, Spencer Smith, and Carrie Richards Join David Rizzo, Carrie Richards, and Spencer Smith as they review two case studies in Land to Market engagement. Learn About the Hosts David Rizzo Chief Operating Officer, Land to Market Program David Rizzo’s
How to Gain Agriculture Skills and Experience Webinar Hosted by Alexis Bonogofsky, Kevin Watt, and Abbey Smith As a Savory hub leader in California, and as the global network coordinator for the Savory Global Network, I often get asked how aspiring, and new farmers and ranchers can get the skills and experience they need
How to Acquire Land as a New Farmer or Rancher in the United States Hosted by Sarah Gleason, Sonja Howle, and Abbey Smith We are hosting this webinar because the question of land access comes up time and time again. Conferences. Events. Phone calls. Emails. The question arrives in various ways, but the essence is
FINANCIAL PLANNING WEBINAR Hosted by Andrea Malmberg and Abbey Smith Through the years, I have found that most of us struggle with Holistic Financial Planning. We know how great it feels when we have one of those years that we really had our shit together. We communicated well, planned, executed, and reap the rewards.