Harness the Power of Holistic Management
The School of Adaptive Agriculture in Willits, California
February 2-3, 9-10, & 23-24, March 9-10 & 23-24, 2018
“There is hope for all of us! I can make this happen.” – former program participant
- Only $700 for this 10 Session Certificate Course
- 2nd Person From Same Farm Only $300
- Money Back Guarantee
- Payment Plan Available
- Scholarships Available
- FSA Training Credit Approved
- Limited Spots – Apply Today!
Our Beginning Farmer Program in California is open to new and seasoned farmers/ranchers/land managers who want to learn how to holistically manage their business.
Program graduates will walk away with the network, skills and confidence needed to build successful, sustainable agricultural enterprises, as well as a Certificate of successful completion. Our Holistic Management curriculum focuses on business planning skills, time management, soil fertility management, and profitable sustainable livestock and crop farming practices.
A Season of Giving
At this time of the year, we often find ourselves counting our blessings while appreciating the gifts that we’ve been given.
Here at Holistic Management International, we’re no different. Here are just a few of the gifts that we’re grateful for:
The Gift of Healthy Land
Your gifts have put us on track to reach our 20/20 vision of 20 million additional acres of healthy land by the year 2020.
The Gift of Healthy Food
We have seen the Holistic Management community grow, supporting the work of creating healthy lands while producing the nutritious food that will feed communities across the globe.
The Gift of Knowledge
Your generous gifts have also allowed us to provide over $50,000 worth of scholarships since 2014.
Jim Brown says
I am looking for opportunities to speak about all the wonderful benefits of Bio-char. Good Bio-char sequesters both water and nutrients. Bio-char is a bulking agent and preferred home for beneficial microbes. These characteristics create an environment that increases the Cation Exchange; thus you have a stronger, more resistant to pests and disease plant that will produce more. Bio-char in many ways reduces Green House Gases.