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Savory Institute's "Putting Grassland to Work" 8/2014 conference videos (all 10 sessions)

 
Landon Sunrich
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I recently stumbled across the entire Savory Institutes August 2014 "Putting Grassland to work" summit in London. Many hours and many speakers. The ones I've seen so far (Dr. Elaine, the dude from Farmstead meatsmith) were really good. Many thanks to the Savory Institute for hosting and sharing this information for all of us who couldn't make the conference

Day One




Intro and Allan Savories keynote


Darren Doherty and Patrick Holden



Panel on 'Savory Hubs'



Panel "The untapped potential of soil"


Elaine Ingham, panel discussion on the role of science, and Joel Salatin

Day 2




Allan Savory, Suzie Ward, Tony Level + panel on investing in people and land



John Liu "connecting with public regeneration"



Peter Byck "Carbon Cowboys", a conversation about UK grasslands with Garham Harvey and Tim May, Daphne Miller 'agriculture role in human health'



Sarah Fragoso 'paleo cooking'



Brandon Shread 'traditional butchery', Marc Stevenson 'Savory hubs in Argentina', Allan Savory and Marc Stevenson: A conversation of HOPE and OPTIMISM, closing comments.



 
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While I'm procrastinating; that Day One session 4 panel "The untapped potential of soil" is a really great panel discussion with Dr. Elaine, John Liu and others. It's not as information heavy on the topic as the following section which is an hour long lecture by Elaine Ingham.
 
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