In New Mexico: Desert Healer

| Allan Savory pads across the New Mexican desert followed by 30 ranchers, cowboys and range conservationists. We've come to Albuquerque for an intensive six-day workshop on the holistic management of natural resources: land, water, livestock and wildlife. Savory's special genius is combining high-minded idealism with thoroughgoing practicality, and he has a nose for generating profit in the process. His penchant for common sense is constantly fired by an indignation at how we have neglected our lands. "Nobody seems to care," he says, "and all the remedies have fallen short."

Slim and lithe in khaki pants, he moves like a deer...

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