Wild Like Flowers: The Restoration of Relationship Through Regeneration

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A 2021 Next Generation Indie Book Award in Nature/Environmentalism

This is a book about Regenerative Agriculture gone wild.

This book of short stories and essays is a wondrous meditation on sunrises and wildness, on wildflowers and walks. It is also a book about you, about me, and about the ecosystem regeneration possible through learning to see the wild gifts of Relationship.

"Everyone needs to read this book if for no other reason than to honor prophets and poets. ...You could call it a devotional." - Joel Salatin

"This beautifully written book of short stories and essay exudes atmosphere and a deeply felt sense of place. ...If there were a poet laureate of holistic management, his name would be Daniel Griffith." - Allan Savory

"Wild Like Flowers is a beautifully written work that places the reader onto the landscape itself. Griffith puts into words what so many in the Regenerative Movement are missing. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who wants to be a part of the community of Creation." - Gabe Brown

"This book is about the core of regeneration. . . .I recommend this book for anyone looking to tend to the wild within and around us as well as engage with the earth in a meaningful and regenerative way." - Doniga Markegard

"A buoyant riff that gets to the heart of regenerative farming. Embrace the spirit of this exuberant book and let it take you someplace wild within you." - Judith D. Schwartz

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If there were a poet laureate of holistic management, his name would be Daniel Griffith.

-Allan Savory, author of Holistic Management and Co-Founder of the Savory Institute.


If you delight in beauty, mystery, and wonder, you will dance with Daniel as his writing delights your mind and dazzle your spirit.

-Fred Provenza, author of Nourishment: What Animals Can Teach Us about Rediscovering Our Nutritional Wisdomand Professor Emeritus Dept. Wildland Resources, Utah State University.


Griffith's words are a sacred encounter—the kind your keep closed somewhere special in your heart.

-Precious Phiri, Co-Founder of IGuguTrust, African Coordinator for Regeneration International, and Accredited Professional in Holistic Management and educator and farmer in Hwange Community, Zimbabwe.


Griffith has written prose that equals the wild itself—an entangled whole that is ever growing and only yielding fruit if the reader lets go of their illusions.

-Andreas Weber, biologist, philosopher, and author ofThe Biology of WonderandMatter and Desire.