Educational Center of Timshel Wildland. Accredted Savory Institute Hub.

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Become an accredited professional with guidance and training from the Robinia Institute. Our training is accredited by the Savory Institute.

Accredited professionals (AP’s) are the moovers and groovers, the boots-on-the-ground educators of the Savory Network, working through Hubs like ours to offer training and support to land managers interested in learning how to apply Holistic Management on their land.

MID-ATLANTIC HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT

We are a Regional Hub of the Savory Institute

We are a Regional Hub of the Savory Institute

With a mission to facilitate the large-scale regeneration of the world’s grasslands and the livelihoods of their inhabitants, through holistic management.

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PRIVATE HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT COURSES

Private and Tailored Holistic Management Training

Private and tailored Holistic Management Training

Outside of our normal course offerings, we offer custom course frameworks that are built around the complexities of your context.

 

Want to become an Accredited Professional of the Savory Institute but don’t want to wait for the next group course to popup? Want tailored teaching on your own landbase?

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Regeneration is hope, only if it is first a relationship.

The Robinia Institute was founded in 2019 as the educational and consulting center of Timshel Wildland, a 400-acre process-led & emergent conservation landscape in Nelson County, Virginia.

Our mission is to advocateeducate, and demonstrate the abundance, joy, and regenerative power of holistically managed and wild living systems.

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FROM THE ROBINIA BLOG

Holistic Management Resources and Videos

“To pay attention is to see the remarkable. In many ways far too real, it is to see ourselves in the ordinary, the daily, the mundane miracles of Creation.”

“To pay attention is to see the remarkable. In many ways far too real, it is to see ourselves in the ordinary, the daily, the mundane miracles of Creation.”

Daniel Firth Grififth, Wild Like Flowers: The Restoration of Relationship Through Regeneration

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