Land Planning & Monitoring for Regeneration

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This course is part of the Online Holistic Management Series.

Calling all farmers, ranchers and agriculture professionals! If you are interested in ways to create and measure ecological goods and services and nature-based solutions. This course is for you. Dive into effective mapping, solving landscape challenges, practical ways to monitor ecosystems, and decoding land health.

When: Thursdays from 6:00 – 8:00 pm (CST)
4 week course April 18th, April 25th, May 2nd and May 9th, 2024

Course Format: This will be a live online course led by the course instructor. It will include presentations, discussions and participatory activities. Come prepared to work on your own farm planning.

Prerequisite: Please take the Regenerative Farming and Fundamentals Course first or another Holistic Management course. If you have not and still want to register please contact

Cost: The cost for each course is $495 + GST/person or farm (the whole team is encouraged to attend!). Buy all 4 courses in the bundle and get 25% off!

This course includes a copy of Holistic Management E-Books.

Course Contact: For questions about this course and to see if it is a right fit for you, email

Course Content:

Week 1 Fundamentals of Holistic Management Land Planning
Week 2

Defining issues to create master maps

Week 3 Fundamentals of Holistic Ecological Monitoring
Week 4 Reading the land through ecological health indicators

Meet the instructors:

Dana Penrice farms with her partner Ted Chastko at Shoal Lake, Manitoba. Dana is an Accredited Professional with the Savory Institute. She completed training as an Ecological Outcome Verification Hub Verifier. Dana also works with new farmers through the Young Agrarians program and has an interest in farm transition, land access and business planning.



Bronwyn Green is passionate about growing nutritious food for her family and community in a way that regenerates our land. She has been serving and managing restaurants for the past 12 years. Bronwyn has been independently studying agriculture and food systems ever since graduating from high school, in her hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Bronwyn’s favourite place to be is in her backyard garden. She is an Associate Educator with the Savory Institute. Her dream is to build a green space just outside of Winnipeg that grows nutrient dense food, restores ecosystem processes, and acts as a hub for people in the community to share, learn, and grow together.