I don't have land or animals. How can I still get involved and help?

There are many moving pieces to this global movement, making for just as many ways to get involved! Below are some – but certainly not all – options that you may wish to consider:

  1. Become a Regenerating Member. As a non-profit, Savory Institute relies on the generous support of its members to help fund our efforts. As a thank you, Regenerating Members receive members-only perks. Click here to sign up.
  2. Learn and practice holistic decision-making. You don’t need animals or land to manage holistically. Every one of us makes decisions that involve living systems – whether those be for ourselves, our family, or the organizations where we spend our time – and these decisions can be made using the Holistic Management framework. Check out Savory’s online courses or ebooks to learn more and become an example for others.
  3. Connect with your local Hub. Savory Hubs are independently-owned and operated with a wide range of business models, events, and opportunities to get involved. Find your local Hub and see if there's a way to contribute.
  4. Become an Educator. If you're the type of person that likes to teach or support producers, getting accredited to teach Holistic Management might be a meaningful career path worth exploring. Accredited Professionals (AP's) in the Savory Global Network work with Savory Hubs and have access to the Holistic Management curriculum and training materials. Attend a monthly meetup to learn more about accreditation.
  5. Become an EOV Monitor or Verifier. Love rangeland ecology? Consider becoming an EOV Verifier or Monitor to kickstart a career in ecological monitoring. Attend a monthly meetup to learn more about accreditation.
  6. Contribute your skillset. Have some other unique skillset that might be valuable to the mission? Let us know!
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