Allan Savory is cofounder and president of the Savory Institute, headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Born in Zimbabwe and educated as an ecologist with degrees in zoology and botany, Savory has a decades-long career in African and Middle Eastern government and politics, private consultancy, and teaching. His work in resource management started in the mid-1960s, and in 1988 he authored Holistic Resource Management, published by Island Press, an effort to find workable solutions ordinary people could implement to restore degraded lands. He and his wife, Jody Butterfield continue those efforts today, reaching a global audience through the efforts of the Savory Institute.
Sam Bingham is a Holistic Management Certified Educator and the author of five books and numerous articles.
Sam Bingham is an environmental consultant for various organizations.
Allan Savory is a former wildlife biologist, farmer, and politician who left an international consulting practice to found Holistic Management International in 1984.