Summer Series 2017 & Global Field Day


  • Princeton, Kansas

“Summer Series” Provides Introduction to Financial and Production Sides of Holistic Management

Join us for three dates this summer to receive an overview of Holistic Management’s whole-farm planning paradigm, the specifics of grazing and ecology management, and financial management -- including how to access niche and premium markets for grassfed meats plus your grains, hay and other products.

Provided by Tallgrass Network Savory Hub leader and Accredited Professional Julie Mettenburg and featuring special guests, each date will include:

  • a full day of introductory instruction in Holistic Management, 
  • a field tour on Tallgrass Network demonstration sites to examine specific aspects of Holistic Management in action,
  • special films featuring Allan Savory and the latest developments in local markets plus global farming and ranching “Land to Market” incentives through the Savory Network,
  • valuable workshop time and homework designed to make some key decisions and kickstart your journey with Holistic Management for your family and whole farm-ranch operation
  • information you need to decide whether Holistic Management is for you.

All participants on each date will also receive a $49 coupon toward a future Holistic Management accreditation-level course with the Tallgrass Network. Each date’s registration fee is $99, or all three dates can be purchased as a “summer series” package for $249 through the link above.

Click on the links below to learn more and register for individual dates:

“Introduction to Holistic Management,” Friday, May 26, 2017

This full day of immersion in Allan Savory’s paradigm-shifting work will seek to answer the question, “What’s all the fuss about Holistic Management?” 

We will look at all four procedures that we implement as Holistic practitioners: Holistic Planned Grazing, Financial Planning, Ecological Monitoring, and Land Planning. Learn how these four powerful processes, together with key insights about our ecosystem, our personal and community values, and our life realities, provide for lives of enduring returns for practitioners worldwide.

“Introduction to Grasslands Ecology Management & Global Field Day,” Saturday, June 24, 2017

We will join farmers, ranchers and pastoralists at Savory Hubs worldwide to get out on the land and see firsthand how we can improve our soils, our quality of life and our bottom line, by how we plan our grazing and cropping operations.

This special event will include a filmed presentation by Allan Savory demonstrating how to read your land, designed exclusively for this day.

“Building Wealth & Niche Marketing with Holistic Management” Saturday, July 28, 2017

Allan Savory is known for his key insights that have changed how we view natural resource management, such as the predator-prey relationship and the proper use of rest depending on the brittleness scale. But many Holistic practitioners will say if you can only study one piece, Holistic Financial Planning can provide the most profound results. 

Find out why as we learn the basics of how to plan a profitable and enduring business with the ever-changing, dynamic realities of natural, animal and human systems. Also learn about opportunities for accessing premium markets to boost your bottom line -- without having to change who you are or what you love to do.

Join us for more learning this fall -- and meet Allan Savory in January 2018!

Each summer series introductory day is intended to provide you with information to help decide where to start with Holistic Management, how to prepare for future learning, and how you can get involved with the Tallgrass Network and Savory Global Hub Network’s many opportunities. We hope you will join us!

Learn more about Holistic Management also in anticipation of Allan Savory’s appearance at the No Till on the Plains Conference in Wichita, Jan. 30-31, 2018. You won’t want to miss this special opportunity to learn from the master! We will see you there!

Register at tallgrassnetwork.learn. For more information, contact juliem@tallgrassnetwork.com.