"Ultimately, the only wealth that can sustain any community, economy or nation is derived from the photosynthetic process - green plants growing on regenerating soil." Allan Savory, founder of Holistic Management

We, the certified Holistic Management Educators of Australia and New Zealand can guide, train and support you with your Holistic Management aspirations.

We deliver training at locations in all Australian states and in New Zealand. Our training includes the nationally accredited TAFE Holistic Management courses. Let us introduce ourselves 


Holistic Management working in our world

Holistic Management is a decision-making framework that ensures our decisions are economically, environmentally and socially sound i.e. the triple bottom line. Holistic Management enables you to develop a clear vision of the future you want. Holistic Management is practiced by thousands of families, businesses and other organisations to improve the quality of their lives and to regenerate the resource base that sustains them. This includes conservation projects in the USA, Africa and Australia, where large areas of land are being transformed into sustainable ecosystems.  



2020 savory network gathering
 albury, nsw      24-28 march 2020

'Agriculture and the Environment'

The Australian Holistic Management Co-operative is organising 2 days of open invitation events on the theme that agricultural production and environmental stewardship are both part of the same approach

24        March 2020:  Conference,  Keynote speaker - Allan Savory, founder of Holistic Management
25        March 2020:  Field trips
26-28  March 2020:  Network member workshops

Contact TONY HILL from the Australian Holistic Management Co-operative
email: tony@landtomarket.co.au     mob: 0412 128 755


Land to Market Australia is a farmer-driven program which identifies and addresses the need and emerging demand for ecological outcomes verification. It is part of a global movement instigated by the Savory Institute and conceived by the Australian Holistic Management Cooperative.

The verification seal issued by Land to Market is unique in that is awarded based upon outcomes, different to various certifications that are based on the inputs or processes followed. The Ecological Outcome Verified certification seal will be awarded to products produced from land clearly demonstrating improvement in the soil health, biodiversity and ecosystem function.

For information about Land to Market email Tony Hill


MaiaGrazing is an online grazing management tool that helps farmers manage a complex grazing business holistic Management Educator, Dick Richardson uses the MaiaGrazing platform for grazing planning and monitoring in his Holistic Management training and as support of his clients.

For information visit www.maiagrazing.com or contact Grazing Naturally for training and / or a free trial.


holistic management international

Since 1984, Holistic Management International has helped communities grow and thrive by educating family farmers and ranchers and pastoralists in regenerative agricultural practices that empower them to strengthen their businesses, produce healthier food, improve local wildlife habitats and protect the environment.  The Holistic Management International vision is a world where lands and communities flourish through the practice of Holistic Management, an internationally recognized regenerative agricultural practice.


new zealand

We are certified with either
Holistic Management International or the
Savory Institute of Holistic Management.
Some of us are certified with both Holistic Management organisations. 


savory institute of holistic management

Holistic Management is a process of decision-making and planning that gives people the insights and management tools needed to understand nature: resulting in better, more informed decisions that balance key social, environmental and financial considerations. In the context of the ecological restoration of grasslands worldwide, managers implement Holistic Planned Grazing to properly manage livestock – mimicking the predator / prey relationships in which these environments evolved.