Holistic Management is a Whole Farm/Ranch Planning System that helps farmers, ranchers and land stewards better manage agricultural resources in order to reap sustainable environmental, economic, and social benefits. This “triple bottom line” of benefits can be achieved by maximizing the management of current resources. Whether land is used for ranching, food production or public land conservation, its health can be improved and its productivity greatly increased without large infusions of cash, equipment or technology. Over 40 million acres of land worldwide currently benefit from Holistic Management practices. It’s a reaffirmation of our credo: People count, healthy land is essential, and money matters.
Discover the Four Important Cornerstones of Holistic Management
Holistic Management practices allow land managers to guide the relationships between plants, soil, livestock, people, and water in ways that mimic nature, while addressing the financial aspects of these unique elements. The four cornerstones of managing holistically are financial planning, grazing planning, land planning and biological monitoring.
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2425 San Pedro NE, Ste. A
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109 Phone: