Holistic Management: Planned Grazing for Increased Profit, Drought Resilience & Peak Performance Saturday, July 27th, 6:00-8:00pm
Conventionally managed range (on left) and Planned Grazing (on right).
Please join us for an evening talk focusing on low-cost, high-performance management of animals, forage, landscapes, finances, and people.
Instructor Owen Hablutzel will introduce the planning process used internationally on 75 million acres that will enables both large ranchers and small lot land owners to manage their land use and grazing based on their particular needs.
Creating resilience to drought and establishing effective goals will also be a focus, along with use of stock density and herd effect to increase production. Discover the keys to generating more profit, while consistently improving your own efficiency using tools and practices introduced here.
The framework of Holistic Management® will be introduced as the backdrop that integrates these approaches.
Discover the power of planning for what you DO want, rather than for what you don’t want.
Learn why failure to plan is a plan to fail!
Witness the power of stock density and herd effect to increase production and land values
You will see examples from the Western U.S. and many other dry areas of the world using grazing planning to effectively increase stocking rates, often by 400%, while healing landscapes and increasing the effectiveness of precipitation.
Please join us for a lively presentation and question and answer period.
Date: July 27, 6:00-8:00pm Location: Boulder, Utah (Town Hall) Cost: Free. Donations welcome. Refreshments will be served!
Workshop Instructor: Owen Hablutzel
Owen Hablutzel is a certified Permaculture Designer and Registered PDC educator through the Permaculture Research Institute. Owen is also a Certified Educator with Holistic Management® International. He has been working as a consultant, educator, and group-facilitator throughout the western U.S. and also internationally - from North Africa to the Middle-East, Australia, Canada, and Mexico—since 2007.
With a focus on broad-acre and regional systems he enjoys integrating Permaculture with Keyline® Design, Holistic Management, and Resilience Science for a range of clientele. Whether engaging with farms, ranches, classrooms, non-profits, NGOs, government agencies/ministries, or other land managing entities, the core work and passion remains empowering people and communities to create robust land health, adaptive capacity, and resilience through stewardship. At Geoff Lawton’s invitation Owen has been a director of the Permaculture Research Institute, USA since 2008. To learn more about Owen visit his profile at PermacultureGlobal.com.