Our core activity is EOV (Ecological Outcome Verification) – a
scientific measurement of the health of farmland over time. Our members
receive training, mentoring, monitoring and field days, and provide their
meat, wool, eggs, vegetables, wine and fruit from ecologically regenerating land. They also
offer regenerative training, media, art, gifts and farmstays.
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Our Field Days bring members together to connect and share knowledge and food
with locals interested in regenerating land. Includes lunch from locally
produced food and tea/coffee. Bookings essential. $50 members and $70
non-members, plus GST. The days are open to to the public from lunch onwards.
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A Celebration of Managing
Holistically 25 Years On
(Details yet to be finalised. PLEASE REGISTER
YOUR INTEREST HERE)
Fri 18 and Sat 19 October 2024 – Carcoar NSW, at Coombing Park with George
and Melinda King: In 1999 the 3rd Holistic Management Conference was
organised by Bruce & Suzie Ward and their team in Orange, with a Field Day
at Coombing Park. 25 years on we want to celebrate Holistic Management and
the thriving lives and landscapes that are nurtured by managing
holistically, with a look to the future for food and fibre businesses.
Australian lamb producers may be eligible for
grants to the value of $10,000 USD in a project to regenerate
400,000 hectares of farmlands. Find out more.
Save on HM Products
Allan Savory's Holistic Management is a foundation of regenerative
agriculture, and AHMC is an accredited Hub of the Savory Global Network. We
offer a 10% discount on HM books and courses, which also
supports us through a small commission. Click here to see the products.