Holistic Management® Principles for Success: Healthy Land, Sustainable Future is the introductory two day class on the holistic approach to management and decision making developed by Allan Savory. The class is being held in Mankato, Minnesota on the campus of School Sisters of Notre Dame. The cost is $250 per family/farm unit (limit 2 people); lunch is included.
The instructor is Joshua Dukart, a farmer, rancher and Holistic Management® Certified Educator from Bismarck, North Dakota. Besides his home operation and his consulting business, Joshua also works with farmers on biologically diverse cropping management, and integration of cover crops. Joshua received extremely positive evaluations following the two Holistic Management courses he taught in Sunburg, MN this past summer.
What you will learn in the Introduction to Holistic Management® class Dec. 13-14:
* Holistic Management Concepts.
* The Four Key Insights.
* The Ecosystem Processes.
* The Planning Procedures.
* The Feedback Loop.
* How to Create a Holisticgoal.
* How to use a Holisticgoal.
* How to use the Holistic Management Model to test decisions that produce more profit and a better quality of life.
* How to make rainfall more effective.
* How to observe land and determine the health of the ecosystem processes.
* Why land health determines long-term profitability and sustainability.
For more information contact Richard Ness, Land Stewardship Project, at 320-269-2105 or firstname.lastname@example.org