Where We Work
The Savory Global Network is a distributed nodal network of regional learning Hubs — each independently owned and independently operated — that equip farmers, ranchers, and pastoralist communities with the tools and knowledge to regenerate grasslands in a localized context.
Click below to learn more about accredited Savory Hubs.
In addition to the above accredited Savory Hubs, the following organizations are Hub candidates and currently in-process as part of their 18-month accreditation pathway:
Ganadera Uruguaya S.A. (Paraguay)
Gonne Girls Farm (France)
Holistic Organic Life Denmark (Denmark)
Montana Savory Hub (Montana, USA)
Remeny Farm (Hungary)
Robinia Institute (Virginia, USA)
San Sebastián Farm (Ecuador)
Savannas Brazil Hub (Brazil)
Studio Hill Farm (Vermont, USA)
Tallgrass Network (Kansas, USA)
Tyner Pond (Indiana, USA)
Universidad para la Cooperación Internacional (Costa Rica
How to Get Involved
Savory Hub Network
A great way to explore if you and your farm, ranch or organization are ready to become a hub is to complete the short, online hub interest form, accessible through the link below.
Accredited professionals are trainers and implementers of Holistic Management. Equipped with accreditation in the complete and current Savory Holistic Management body of knowledge, they teach, train, and support Holistic Management practitioners.
Savory Regenerating Members are advocates for Holistic Management and regenerative agriculture. As members and supporters of the Savory Global Network, they propel a paradigm shift in public opinion and ignite the movement of regenerative agriculture.
Your Support Grows the Movement
Savory Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose efforts are driven by the generous support of donors like you. Whether you’re a conscious consumer, a forward-thinking Foundation, or an organization that supports holistic solutions, your support can make the world of a difference towards regenerating grassland ecosystems across the globe.
On average, $30 allows the Savory Global Network to influence 100 acres of land as regional Hubs train farmers, ranchers, and pastoralist communities in their local context.