EOV gives the land a voice of its own, through empirical and tangible outcomes.

Our team is organizing and manageing the sustinable rollout of the Savory Institute’s Ecological Outcome Verifcation (EOV) in the Virginia and Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States.

EOV allows farmers and ranchers to better understand the potential of their own property within the operating conditions of their unique context. It also opens up market opportunity within the greater ecosphere of the Regenerative Movement.

We work with farms, homesteads, and ranches of all sizes!

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Ecosystem Monitoring Protocol

EOV measures the health of the land as a living system, from the soil, to the species, to the ecosystem.

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EOV Onboarding Process

In order receive the Savory Institute’s Ecological Outcome Verification, you have to follow these steps:

Start

Indicate your interest in EOV here.

Year 0

One of our Regional Hub Verifier will schedule a farm visit and establish Short-Term and Long-Term Monitoring Sites.

Year 1-4, 6-9, ETC…

One of Robinia’s Regional Accredited Monitors will visit your farm to conduct the annual Short Term monitoring. If results trend positive in the context of the ecoregion, Verification is granted/renewed and the farm is entered into Land to Market Verified Regenerative Supplier Roster.

Every 5th Year

One of Robinia’s Regional Hub Verifiers will return to your farm to conduct Long Term monitoring. If data trends positive, Verification is granted/renewed and farm remains on Land to Market Verified Regenerative Supplier Roster.

We are actively brining EOV to farms in the Mid-Atlantic Region! Join us!

Robinia’s team is currently in the field verifying landsapes in the Mid-Atlantic / Virginia region! Click the button below to get started or get your question answered by one of our Institute’s EOV Monitors.

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“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