Saturday, November 19, 2016



Event Description

The details of how the biodynamic compost preparations are made can scare off newcomers to biodynamics - uncommon ingredients and techniques can sound like voodoo or just crazy. And yet, there is a deep logic in why the chamomile is put into the intestines of a cow, yarrow in a deer bladder, oak bark in a skull. Discovering this logic is not only awe-inspiring, but can give farmers and gardeners practicing biodynamics tools for explaining these preparations to their customers and their communities.

This workshop will be presented in English with simultaneous interpretation to Spanish.