It’s official. White Oak Pastures is a Southeastern U.S. regional Hub for the Savory Institute, an international, U.S.-based non-profit committed to holistic land management. As part of the Savory Institute global network, Will Harris and his Bluffton, Georgia farm will continue to pursue holistic ecological, social and financial regeneration and share expertise with Southern ranchers and farmers through educational, training and consulting services. White Oak Pastures, a vertically integrated, multi-species 150-year-old family farm, is a living testimony to how holistic management practices can restore farmlands depleted by poor farming practices.
Several Hub educational opportunities are planned. On Friday, December 11 at 7 p.m., Allan Savory will speak at Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia about decision-making tools that maximize profitability and quality of life while simultaneously building up the environment. Cover more ground on Saturday, December 12 during a 1 p.m. “White Oak Pastures Walk” field day with Will Harris and Allan Savory. Find details and buy event tickets here ($30 per person/event).