Ecological Outcome Verification

Holistic Management Canada is working with farmers to bring the Ecological Outcome Verification program to Canada.

If you can’t measure it,
you can’t improve it. 
– Peter Drucker


EOV is a practical and scalable soil and landscape assessment methodology that tracks outcomes in biodiversity, soil health, and ecosystem function (water cycle, mineral cycle, energy flow and community dynamics). EOV was developed in collaboration with leading soil scientists, ecologists, agronomists, and an extensive network of regenerative land managers around the world.


Join us December 10, 2020 for an Info Session.


Do you know if your management is resulting in land regeneration?

EOV is a powerful management tool for land managers allowing you to see if your land is:

  • degenerating, (soil is degrading, biodiversity is decreasing, water is evaporating)
  • sustainable (the land is in a steady, static state)
  • or regenerating (soil is restored, biodiversity grows, water and carbon are absorbed)

This information can be plugged in to your planning tools to help you make improvements on your grazing management and implement regenerative practices.

Need help telling the good news story about your land?

EOV helps you to inform your buyers and customers about the beneficial impact of your land management. Let them know about how you are improving soil health, biodiversity and ecosystem function. EOV works with the Land to Market label providing transparency back to regenerating land.

Want to know how to get involved?

Contact Dana Penrice at coordinator@holisticmanagement.ca / 780-914-6282

We are currently looking for:

  • People who want to train as monitors to help bring farms into the program. Open to farmers, young people wanting regenerative experience or anyone who wants to grow the movement.
  • Farms and ranches who want to implement EOV™ on their farm. We currently have trained verifiers and monitors in Manitoba and Ontario. But if you are outside this region, connect with us to discuss.