SAVORY CONTRIBUTES TO AMERICAN RENEWABLE ENERGY DAY
Each year, the American Renewable Energy Institute hosts America’s premiere renewable energy networking event featuring clean energy world leaders in finance, investment, government, solar, biofuels, geothermal, the public and private sectors. These thought leaders convene with the mission to “create vibrant and powerful cross-sector dialogue, commitments, collaborations and investments that foster climate change solutions at the speed and scale necessary to phase out fossil fuels, and usher in a rapid transition to a new, clean energy economy.” This year, Savory Institute’s CEO, Daniela Ibarra-Howell, was invited to participate on the panel titled “Regenerative Agriculture: Feed the World & Reverse Climate Change”. Joining her are forward thinkers, Tim LaSalle, Larry Kopald, among many other prominent event speakers. Savory is honored and excited to be part of such an incredible event that is now known as the most important renewable energy technology and policy summit.
SAVORY FEATURED AT LOCAL FOOD SUMMIT
The Local Food Summit is a free online conference happening August 6-16 and featuring more than fifty pre-recorded speakers and interviews, the first local food gathering of national scope. The purpose is to accelerate the local food movement in impact, effectiveness, and scale. The Summit is hosted by Michael Brownlee and Lynette Marie Hanthorn, long-time leaders in food localization efforts in Colorado and author/editor of The Local Food Evolution: How Humanity Will Feed Itself in Uncertain Times. Savory’s very own Daniela Ibarra-Howell and Tré Cates are featured speakers discussing the principles of Holistic Management, Planned Grazing, and how this can be applied to the local food scene.
SAVORY JOURNEY TO DIMBANGOMBE
Savory Journeys’ recent tour to the Africa Centre for Holistic Management in Zimbabwe “exceeded expectations” with “like-minded people coming together to learn and share the joy of travel”. During this unique, intimate Journey, time was spent with the locals who shared their work, their learning, and their successes in connection to Holistic Management. The Journey also included plenty of time spent relaxing, interacting with the friendly elephant Dojiwe, eating wonderful food, collaborating, and experiencing the beauty and culture of the area.ead more about the trip and register for the next Journey – the Kenya Savory Hub at the Enonkishu Conservancy!
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WE ARE STILL IN AGREEMENT
In light of the recent news that the United States will be pulling out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, the Savory Institute would like our readers and supporters to know that we are still in. We, as a global Network, are fully in support of doing our part to reverse climate change, combat desertification, restore grasslands, and regenerate soils for future generations. Regardless of political opinions, we believe that together we can bring a scalable solution to climate change, food insecurity, drought, and poverty to people around the globe. We hope that you believe in the significant importance and potential of this work and we are grateful to push forward together.
SAVORY FIELD DAY EVENTS TOMORROW
It’s not too late to find your local Savory Hub and attend their field day! Tailored towards producers, land managers, and anyone interested in walking the land and learning what it means to manage holistically, these events are hands-on opportunities to see Holistic Management in practice. These events are happening tomorrow – June 24 – around the globe!
HUB FIELD DAY EVENTS