Holistic Management® in Practice
Introduction to Holistic Management, Holistic Grazing Planning and Holistic Financial Planning
Feb 6, 2018 9:00am – Feb 8, 2018 4:00pm,
JE Canyon Ranch, Road 153, Branson, CO 81027
JE Canyon Ranch, the iconic 50,000-acre grass-fed cattle operation in Southern Colorado, showcases The Nature Conservancy’s work where land management practices such as Holistic Management benefit ecological and economic sustainability. Cattle, wildlife such as elk and bighorn sheep and hundreds of types of flora and fauna thrive among the amazing grasslands and rich cultural remnants of the Old West.
Cattle ranching has been an integral part of the ranch beginning with the earliest settlers to the present. JE Canyon utilizes temporary fencing, planned grazing, bio-monitoring, mapping, controlled fires, water management and more to address the many challenges facing American ranches today.
Join us for 3 days + 2 nights at JE Canyon for valuable on-the-land training and evening discussions you won’t
want to miss.
• Overview and working knowledge of how to manage holistically
• Using the Holistic Management model to achieve your goals
• Understand your ecosystem and how to better manage it
• Awareness and understanding the tools available to you
• Conserving and improving your resource base for better overall results
• How to better manage your resources: financial, livestock/land/wildlife, and people
• Significantly improve your ability to make better decisions in your ranching business
$750, includes lodging and meals.
Group size is kept small for optimal learning experience.
Space is limited – register today!
online or contact JJ Autry at 719-859-4832 / [email protected].
Kirk Gadzia is a Professional Certified Educator with Holistic Management International® (HMI) and has over 25 years experience teaching the concepts of natural resource management worldwide. As founder and owner of Resource Management Services, his extensive international consulting work uniquely qualifies him to help you achieve your organizational and individual objectives. Kirk holds a B.S. degree in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Range Science. He is a co-author of several important books on Rangeland Management. His years of assisting people on the land and working in a wide variety of cultural and family situations worldwide helps Kirk approach his consulting and training in an interactive, hands-on style. His training sessions are known for their relaxed atmosphere, open dialogue and practical real-life examples.