Truly natural landscapes co-evolved with large herbivores
But, to have a healthy functional native ecosystem that will sustain itself forever, we need to have all the players in the food web present; top predators and complex soil microbiota included.
Such results are virtually impossible by using ‘rest’ as the only tool.
The predator prey relationship
Holistic planned grazing offers us a tried and tested way of achieving these results.
A unique blend of skills
Our Wilderculture team is made up of specialists who have all also been trained in holistic management. Holistic decision making – a framework developed by Biologist Allan Savory – and fostering a broader perspective is essential to our work.
Our work in the dry-lands of the world helps us understand our place within the global ecosystem. When we consider the pressures of global food production and the vast areas of land becoming degraded worldwide we can make more informed long term decisions on a local level.