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Regeneration is hope and its language is community.

Founded in 2019 as the educational and consulting center of Timshel Wildland, a 400-acre process-led & emergent conservation landscape, our mission is to advocateeducate, and demonstrate the abundance, joy, and regenerative power of holistically managed and wild living systems.

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To Regenerate Ecosystems we must first Regenerate Communities.

As a Regional Hub of the Savory Institute, our work provides the contextual canvas for empirically driven and measurable ecologic and economic holistic systems implementation.

The educational arm of our institute is dedicated to teaching and training farmers, consumers, and investors how to become the entangled and symbiotic participants (economically, ecologically, and socially) with holistically managed and deeply regenerative living systems.

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We Offer a Diverse Array of Holistic Managmenet and Wildland Ecology Online and In-Person Courses

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Online Holistic Management Courses

Online Courses

We offer a multitude of free online mini-courses, alongside a number of paid trainings.

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In-Person Courses

Want to learn about systems ecology, Holistic Management, and Regenerative Agricultue within our 400-acre demonstration site?

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Holistic Management Intensives

Want to become an Accredited Professional of the Savory Institue?

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Wild Like Flowers Daniel Firth Griffith

New book release by our Director!

Wild Like Flowers is a collection of personal reflections from a wild land that utilizes the magical gifts of being, connection, reciprocity, and community to probe the larger concerns of the modern agricultural movement—Regenerative and Commercial Agriculture—in lyrical and meditative prose that is a true celebration of life itself.

This book presents a choice to stop; to nurture awareness; to learn a language of relationship instead of dominance—of community not colonization. A choice that understands life and the landscape of our place as something we commune with—a relationship—instead of seeing it as a Natural Resource or its abundance as Ecosystem Services.

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