Anne Gillespie, Director of Standards and Integrity at Textile Exchange, will be speaking at the upcoming Savory Institute annual conference.
This year’s theme highlights the efforts of the Savory Network’s gold-standard producers and of the regenerative-minded companies supporting the transformation of anonymous meat, milk, wool, and leather supply chains into a regenerative value network. It also focuses on consumers who want to know that what they eat and what they wear is good for the land and the people who work it, and the needed action of these consumers to support the producers and companies providing the products.. Next year, Savory will launch a new program to allow agriculturists better access to markets, and to help both food and apparel brands find and source regeneratively-produced raw materials. To prepare for the launch of this program, these conference events, along with the unprecedented media accompanying them, will feature key players, including:
- Agriculturists of all races, genders, religions, and ages from around the world, united in their efforts to regenerate the land;
- Market leaders committed to producing environmentally-sound products, and;
- Consumers of these products who need the information and above all, the stories shared at this conference, to ignite the revolution that will grow what is now a niche market into the movement it must become.
There are three different ways to participate in the conference:
VIP Event (Limited to 200 people), Boulder, CO, USA
Distinguished speakers and expert panels recorded for regional and online broadcasts & ranch tour the following day
October 28-29, 2016
Regional, In-Person Event
Attend a simultaneous event at your local Savory Hub
November 4, 2016
Global Online Broadcast
November 4, 2016
Register online at http://ConsumerRevolution.global