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Dec 9, 2017

What if you could align healthy eating with the health and well-being of of animals and livestock,  while simultaneously improving the health our planet's grasslands? According to Bobby Gill, that is not only possible, but is currently in process. Livestock provides much, much more to us than meat, and the way that livestock is raised can either degrade or improve the land.

Bobby Gill is on a mission. A mission to improve our planet and help its inhabitants eat and live better than ever. Bobby is the Director of Corporate Development for the non-profit Savory Institute. An accomplished Biological Resources Engineer with a long and successful track record in non-profit development, fundraising, and community building, Bobby Gill takes this mission personally.

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For seven years, Bobby worked as a lead scientific reviewer for the US Food & Drug Administration. While designing clinical trials to evaluate the safety and efficacy of cardiovascular devices, he developed a strong appreciation for analyzing scientific research and understanding the underlying mechanisms of biological systems. This ultimately led him to studying ancestral nutrition and regenerative agricultural systems, challenging the status quo and seeing how working with nature instead of against it optimizes life for all involved.

It was a Ted Talk by Allan Savory that changed the course of his life. After seeing it, he was so inspired, he found his way to Colorado and sought out a position with the team at the Savory Institute.


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