Savory Institute Announces Northern Farm Training Institute (NFTI) As An Accredited Savory Hub
NFTI will lead in the Canadian Northern Territories implementing Savory Institute Holistic Management programs to local communities, government, and farmers.
BOULDER, Colo. - Nov. 4, 2015 - PRLog -- The Savory Institute, an International, US-based, non-profit, announced that it has entered into an agreement with the Northern Farm Training Institute (NFTI) to serve as a local hub for ecological, social and financial regeneration in the Northern Canadian Territories through education, training and consulting services.
“The Savory Institute is excited to announce the Northern Farm Training Institute as an accredited Savory Network Hub,” said Daniela Howell, CEO of the Savory Institute. “We are confident that NFTI will be an incredible addition to the global Network of Savory Hubs and become a trusted resource for land managers in the Northern Territories.”
“We feel very honoured to be accepted as a Savory Hub during this historic time when the people of the world are beginning to reach and strive to transform mankind’s impact on the planet to one that is positive and regenerative,”
The Savory Institute is partnering with local organizations worldwide to create a global network of 100 Savory Institute affiliated hubs by 2025. NFTI was one of the 2015 Hub Candidates which included organizations from Australia, the British Isles, Malawi, and the United States.
About Savory Institute
The Savory Institute facilitates large-scale restoration of the world’s grasslands through Holistic Management. The Institute develops innovative tools and enhanced curricula, informs policy, establishes market incentives, increases public awareness, and coordinates relevant research, cultivating relationships with aligned partners. Additional news and information about the organization is available at http://savory.global.
About Northern Farm Training Institute
NFTI seeks to provide solid educational and training support for new farms developed in northern Canada to become a positive part in the ecosystems maintaining and increasing the vitality of the land under the stewardship of Holistic Management (HM). This area of the world is vastly still wild and undamaged and NFTI has a powerful opportunity to learn how to break the cycle of land degradation by having new farmland start fresh with HM. http://www.nftinwt.com/