Exciting changes for the Savory Institute and Land to Market20220923151157

Exciting changes for the Savory Institute and Land to Market

Dr Hugh JellieSeptember 23, 20220 comments
The Savory Institute recently announced the spin-off of its Land to Market program. As the Savory Hub in NZ, this is exciting news. ...
Can I support regenerative farming without being a farmer?20220707112003

Can I support regenerative farming without being a farmer?

Dr Hugh JellieJuly 7, 20220 comments
Are you interested in regenerative farming but you're not a farmer? Find out how you can make your very own eco-friendly impact here!...
From farm to foot – Deckers and New Balance join Land to Market!20220513153901

From farm to foot – Deckers and New Balance join Land to Market!

Dr Hugh JellieMay 13, 20220 comments
An exciting new announcement has been made that the popular footwear brands Deckers and New Balance will be joining Land to Market!...
Land To Market now monitors more than 2.5 million acres of land20220314124602

Land To Market now monitors more than 2.5 million acres of land

Dr Hugh JellieMarch 14, 20220 comments
Land To Market - the worlds first verified sourcing solution for regenerative agriculture now monitors more than 2.5 million acres of land!...
EOV Short-Term Monitor Training with the Soil Matters Consulting Team20220309140455

EOV Short-Term Monitor Training with the Soil Matters Consulting Team

Dr Hugh JellieMarch 9, 20220 comments
With continued growth and interest in Ecological Outcome Verification (EOV), we welcome the team at Soil Matters into the EOV family....
Become an Ecological Outcome Verification Monitor20210916110202

Become an Ecological Outcome Verification Monitor

Dr Hugh JellieSeptember 16, 20210 comments
Become a Short Term EOV Monitor and help to move New Zealand farming to a regenerative future. Details here....
How Land to Market is changing the way we farm and consume20210715102955

How Land to Market is changing the way we farm and consume

Dr Hugh JellieJuly 15, 20210 comments
What is Land to Market and how does it work? How does it fit into the New Zealand regenerative context? These questions and more answered here....