When I was at the REGENERATE Conference in November, I had the good fortune to meet Sally Thomson, an acclaimed photographer who has recently published a book HOMEGROUND, which aims to provide a broad understanding of the impact conservation ranching has on the health of the land, the animals, and the people in the Southwestern and Rocky Mountain rangelands.
This beautiful art photography book has not only stunning pictures that capture the people, land and animals from many ranches practicing Holistic Management, but also quotes and essays by holistic managers Bob Budd, Tony Malmberg, and Nancy Ranney. These words and the pictures pay tribute to the work being done by all land stewards as they face the complex challenges of making a living and improving land health. The accounts of these land managers living with the land and the photography will inspire a deeper appreciation for the interrelated connections between agriculture, conservation/regeneration, and our shared ecosystems.
If you are looking for that special holiday present for a holistic manager, Homeground will be a gift to be remembered and treasured. Click here to purchase Homeground.