Ecological Outcome Monitoring on Farms
February 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm CST
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday, repeating until February 23, 2023
Do you want to understand land regeneration and support others to deepen their knowledge of ecosystem health? Learn how to use this landscape assessment methodology to inform management decisions and demonstrate impact.
Dana Penrice, Savory Institute Accredited Professional
Cory Van Groningen, Savory Institute Accredited Professional
Bronwyn Green, Savory Institute Accredited Professional In Training
When: Online sessions from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM CST on Thursdays through the month of February 2023.
Who: This course is open to anyone interested in assessing land regeneration. Participants in this course will be able to qualify to become monitors to keep supporting the expansion of EOV monitoring in Canada.
Cost: This course is open to anyone interested in assessing land regeneration. Participants in this course will be able to qualify to become monitors to keep supporting the expansion of EOV monitoring in Canada.
This course will focus on the following ecoregions but if you are outside these regions, contact us about bringing EOV to your ecoregion.
- Aspen Parkland
- Lake Agassiz and Lake Manitoba Plain
- Mid-Boreal Uplands and Peace-Wabaska Lowlands
- Lake Erie Lowland
Schedule & Format: This course will include live online sessions through zoom. Additional in-person field days and further training will be provided in Manitoba.
|Feb. 2nd||EOV Overview & Fundamentals||How does EOV help us show regeneration on the land?|
|Feb. 9th||Working in EcoRegions||Adapting EOV to different ecoregions and understanding its expressions.|
|Feb. 16th||Ecological Health Indicators||Assessing energy flow, mineral cycles, water cycles and biodiversity.|
|Feb. 23rd||Long-Term Monitoring||Measuring the outcomes of regenerative land management.|