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An introduction to Biodynamic Farming & Gardening workshop 2-day introductory workshop

An introduction to Biodynamic Farming & Gardening

2-day introductory workshop

Biodynamic agriculture is a modern, sustainable and ethical approach to food production based on scientific understandings of the physical and spiritual realities in nature.

Saturday 4 – Sunday 5 March 2017 9am – 4.30pm | Moruya, Walter’s Place & SAGE Garden.

presented by Walter Kohler-Bond Experienced Practitioner in Biodynamic

If you've ever wondered what biodynamics is about, here's your best chance to find out.

Please book ahead by using the links to our online booking system.

SAGE Education together with The Biodynamic Education Centre will be presenting a two-day workshop on Biodynamic Farming & Gardening this March. Starting at Walter’s place in Moruya on Saturday and then on Sunday, we’ll be at the SAGE Garden where we’ll build a biodynamic compost.

The workshop has been designed to use a mix of stimulating lectures and activities to start you in Biodynamic farming and gardening. The 2-day workshop covers the following topics:

  • Principles of Biodynamic Practice

  • Importance of creating and enhancing soil processes

  • Emphasis on humus formation

  • Understanding the BD planting calendar and research results

  • Role of the Biodynamic Preparations

  • Biodynamic preparation BD 500, its function and application

  • Principles and practice of BD composting / BD liquid manures

Learn all there is to know to start using Biodynamic on your farm or garden. | Be inspired | Be stimulated | Be this happy |

COST Only $175 for this 2-day workshop

Fee includes afternoon and morning tea both days and lunch on Sunday – notes provided.

RSVP Sandra Makdessi SAGE Education Officer email or phone 0439 032 038 by Wednesday 1 March 2017

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