The 2014 Hub candidates will become members of a prestigious group that was introduced in 2013. There are now twenty organizations representing 11 countries, providing education and implementation support to land managers, on regenerative management practices.
“It is exciting to have chosen such an incredible group of organizations and individuals interested in building local capacity and reversing the devastating impact of land degradation.”
Tarquin Wood, Director of The Enonkishu Conservancy says, “It is an honor and incredible opportunity to partner with the Savory Institute in creating a local resource for the enhancement of land and people’s lives in the Mara region of Kenya. We are excited to be a member of this prominent network of organizations committed to large-scale global impact.”
Each 2014 Hub Candidate will be revealed over the next several weeks as we profile their stories, regions and vision for their land and communities. Savory Institute.Org is partnering with local organizations in creating a global network of 100 SI affiliated hubs by 2025.