The 18 May, 2019 episode of ABC’s Landline Feature on Holistic Management showcases two Holistic Management practitioners discussing the benefits of managing holistically to their land and businesses. Included in this episode is a segment on Land to Market Australia's ecological verifications scheme.
Allan Savory reviews the devastating effects of desertification on the earth and our civilizations and the consistent failure of current approaches to stop desertification. He shows dramatic examples of how livestock are the best (and only) tool that can permanently reverse these processes.
Allan Savory in conversation with Charles Massy, chaired by Tim May at Groundswell 2019
Allan Savory at Groundswell 2019 - interview
Holistic Management Approaches to Regenerative Agriculture — Brian Wehlburg, Inside Outside Management Presentation at the Land to Market Australia’s Farming Matters Conference, Albury 2021
Holistic Management is of great benefit as we shift the agricultural paradigm and support the revolution towards Regenerative Agriculture. The power of having a Holistic Context to enable you to work out which choices are right for you, your business and your family through this constantly changing scenario will be enormous. Continual monitoring towards your Holistic Context will ensure that you are moving in the right direction as things change and evolve
An introduction to Holistic Management with Brian Wehlburg Macedon Ranges Shire Council – Healthy Landscapes
Maia Grazing – spotlight on Holistic Management with Brian Wehlburg
Shane explains how Holistic management, which advocates resting country for long periods, has led to a huge increase in pasture diversity.
The Murphy family expect the benefits from their management changes to include: improved production and profitability; improved soil health; increased biodiversity; practical, cost effective and innovative approaches to land management and restoration issues like gully erosion mitigation; and improved water quality
Macedon Ranges Shire Council – Healthy Landscapes
Elaine Ingham of www.soilfoodweb.com is a leader in soil microbiology and research of the soil food web
This animation shows how the environmental impact of methane emissions from cows is fundamentally different to the carbon dioxide from fossil fuels.
We all know that cows (and other ruminants - animals like sheep) emit methane, a strong greenhouse gas. But this methane is part of a natural, or biogenic, carbon cycle where the methane breaks down into CO2 and water after about 12 years. The grass then absorbs the CO2 through photosynthesis, cows eat the grass and the cycle continues. The CO2 from burning fossil fuel on the other hand, stays in the atmosphere for potentially 1,000 years
from Tom’s Outdoors “Changing Paradigms” explores the power of regenerative agriculture in improving the natural environment, human health, and reliable profit in sheep farming. We, as humans, have an innate attraction to the natural world. But, the way we currently interact with the environment is unsustainable and causing a disconnect with nature. We have one generation, our generation, to take action and change the paradigm
To Which We Belong is a documentary that highlights farmers and ranchers leaving behind conventional practices that are no longer profitable or sustainable. These unsung heroes are improving the health of our soil and sea to save their livelihoods — and our planet.
Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies. kiss the Ground illustrates how, by drawing down atmospheric carbon, soil is the missing piece of the climate puzzle.
This in-depth documentary explores Allan Savory and how he has used Holistic Management to completely transform his land in Zimbabwe.
Nutrition Sustainability Ethics
At our grocery stores and dinner tables, even the most thoughtful consumers are overwhelmed
by the number of considerations to weigh when choosing what to eat—especially when it comes to meat. Guided by the noble principle of least harm, many responsible citizens resolve the ethical, environmental and nutritional conundrum by quitting meat entirely. But can a healthy, resilient and conscientious food system exist without animals? Sacred Cow probes the fundamental moral, environmental and nutritional quandaries we face in raising and eating animals. In this project, we focus our lens on the largest and perhaps most maligned of farmed animals, the cow. The truth is, well-managed cattle are the unlikely heroes of this story. We can increase biodiversity, improve soil health, increase the water holding capacity of the land and raise high quality, nutrient-dense protein, while preserving family farming communities. Removing these animals from our food system could cause more harm than good.
The documentary unfolds many popular myths on topics such as plant-based diets, healthy and nutritional foods, ethical eating, food politics, industrial agriculture, and how to attain a sustainable lifestyle. Sustenance focuses on an outspoken socio-political approach to discovering where our food really comes from and how it genuinely affects the health of other people, other species, and ultimately our planet. While the documentary’s content focuses on an informative yet shocking look at the history of food politics, the meditative cinematic journey around the world allows spectators to reconnect with nature and Earth’s sustenance.
A seven-year journey of a family’s farming to regenerate depleted farmland. Regenerative agriculture can transform mismanaged landscapes, help fight climate change, and rebuild biodiversity.
Damon Gameau embarks on journey to explore what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream. Structured as a visual letter to his 4-year-old daughter, Damon blends traditional documentary with dramatised sequences and high-end visual effects to create a vision board of how these solutions could regenerate the world for future generations.
Food, Inc. unveils some of the sombre practices underpinning the American food industry, exploring how corporations place profits before consumer health, worker safety and the environment. This documentary argues that industrial production methods are not only inhumane, but they are also unsustainable from an economic and environmental standpoint.
This PBS documentary is a mosaic of interviews with Holistic Management® practitioners combined with stunning footage of holistically managed landscapes in Africa, North America, and Australia. Innovative grazing management practitioners explain why the first millimetre of soil is critical to our collective future, and they share the practices they use to build healthy soils and vibrant and fertility, lessen the use of fertilizers and pesticides and utilize rainfall much more effectively.
A documentary sharing the story of American gardener and arborist Paul Gautschi and his journey learning how to get back to the garden of Eden. The film looks at a regenerative organic gardening movement that regenerates the soil and restores soil biodiversity which results in higher yields with less input, all while sequestering carbon.
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