Are you looking for ways to increase your profitability? Are you curious about Holistic Management? Have you been wondering how to implement small steps on your farm or ranch?
Come to our 2019 Holistic Management Roadshow! We have locations across South Dakota from January 7th through the 11th. Each event features Roland Kroos and Patrick Toomey with Crossroads Ranch Consulting.
Roland Kroos has been helping farmers and ranchers practice holistic management for over forty years. He was born on a farm outside of Grand Island, NE. He started working for the Natural Resource Conservation Service after graduating from Nebraska-Lincoln. Roland helped with the recovery effort of the Mount St Helen’s eruption. It was there he met and was educated by, Dr. Allan Savory. After learning about Holistic Management, he implemented it in various operations across Nebraska. Roland made the jump from NRCS to work with Savory at Holistic Management International. From there, he ventured out on his own, creating Crossroads Ranch Consulting, which focuses on the northern Plains. Over the last 30 years at CRC, Roland has helped and educated hundreds of ranches in managing their land holistically.
Patrick Toomey is a Holistic Management Consultant working for Crossroads Ranch Consulting. After graduating from the University of Wyoming, Patrick began working in the oil and gas fields as a reclamation specialist. However, once oil took a downward turn, he decided to change the focus of his career. He began working as the Technical Services Provider for the InterTribal Buffalo Council. Here, Patrick helped manage over 50 buffalo herds across the country and was also introduced to Holistic Management. Through various networks, Patrick discovered Crossroads and began working with Roland in July 2018.
This event is free to South Dakota Grassland Coalition members. If you are not a member, the cost is $30, which includes a one-year membership to the SDGC. The flyer featured above has the contact information for each location. If you need special accommodations, please contact Judge Jessop at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (605) 280-0127.