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Savory Institute International Conference 2013

 
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The first Savory Institute International Conference will be held in Boulder, CO from June 27-29 2013.

The conference will cover a wide variety of topics such as holistic decision making, climate change, food security, planned grazing. It will include training sessions, plenary sessions, hands-on coaching for Savory Institute Hub leaders, a field day trip and much more.

Speakers include:

Allan Savory - Founder and President, Savory Institute
Hunter Lovins - President and founder, Natural Capitalism Solutions
Woody Tasch - Founder and Chairman, Slow Money
John Fullerton - Founder and President, Capital Institute
David McConville - President, Buckminster Fuller Institute
Peter Byck - Director of film Carbon Nation and Professor at Global Institute for Sustainability, Arizona State University
and more

Find out how more about the conference here.
Early bird rate ends June 15.
 
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Thanks very much for passing this along. The title of the event is "Transforming the Landscape: Using Holistic Management to Create Global Impact.” The conference sessions and workshops will give participants a first-hand look at how Holistic Management can transform the landscape and create large-scale change on the land. The driving factor behind the conference is our belief that if we are going to create large-scale change on the ground, we must transform the way we think and act. Holistic Management, a decision-making framework that provides environmental, economic and social benefits, can drive this change around the world. This conference will show you how put these ideas into action.

More details will be added to our web site as we finalize them. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for fastest information.
 
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i should be there on Friday, but wont be able to make it for both days.
cant wait
 
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Kelly Smith wrote:i should be there on Friday, but wont be able to make it for both days.
cant wait


i just noticed this was on JUNE 28th, not july28th, like i thought.
as such, i will not be able to make it. i will be out of the state.

anyone in colorado want to go to the friday events? ill make you a deal on my ticket. please send me a pm
 
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