Grazing in Nature's Image, Walla Walla, Washington

A two-day workshop presented by the Savory Institute featuring Jim Howell, Richard Teague, and others.

For generations, land managers around the world have been able to maintain and increase their stocking rates while drastically cutting expenses and improving the quality of their lives.

This has occurred in both high and low rainfall climates, on lands with varying levels of productivity, with large and small livestock herds, across varying cultures. How can such positive results be achieved in such different circumstances?

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