How do the commercial and communal versions of Holistic Management differ?

The commercial curriculum for Holistic Management is most widely known. It includes the Foundations of Holistic Management and the four planning procedures: Holistic Planned Grazing, Holistic Land Planning, Holistic Financial Planning and Ecological Monitoring (EOV).

The communal curriculum, known as Holistic Land and Livestock Management (HLLM), is adapted for communal settings where decision-making includes many people, and land ownership is shared. It is taught in a way that is agnostic to literacy and math skills, using storytelling and photos to complete the planning procedures. It includes training on community mobilization for decision making, and livestock herding. For a more in-depth discussion on the communal curriculum, see this blog post.

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful