Are you interested in livestock operations, rangeland management, and climate-friendly agriculture?
This two-day workshop is a unique offering designed to introduce Yale students to the essential tools and tenants of Holistic Management. The Savory Institute’s Byron Shelton will provide students with a deep introduction to the decision-making framework employed by land stewards to manage for financial, ecological and social complexity within their enterprises. Students will learn about land and grazing planning, financial planning, and ecological monitoring.
The workshop features Byron Shelton, Senior Program Director of the Savory Institute. Byron is the founder and managing member of Landmark Decisions, LLC providing facilitation adn training in whole farm planning using Holistic Management decision-making, financial planning, ecosystem processes management, grazing planning, biological monitoring, land planning, policy analysis and development processes, and low stress animal handling in agriculture, natural resource, business, family, and community settings. He is a Savory Institute Professional Educator/Field Professional. He has worked with large and small beef and dairy operations across the US and in Europe as well as with a wide range of other livestock and crop enterprises.