A Spiritual and Scientific Approach to Farming and Gardening
In thirteen full-day workshops from September to June, the one-year part-time practical training in biodynamics covers the basic principles and timely activities of biodynamic agriculture through the seasons.
In the classroom, Mac Mead and expert guest faculty introduce and explain Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual science, the foundation of biodynamics, in the context of Steiner’s “Agriculture Course” of 1924.
In the field, gardening techniques are demonstrated and practices include making and using the biodynamic preparations, compost making and soil building, working with large animals, beekeeping, greenhouse work, and much more.
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