Are our current global circumstances inspiring you to get your hands in the soil and grow food in your garden, homestead, or small farm? Whether you are a seasoned biodynamic grower or starting for the first time this spring, please join us for a 4-part webinar series on Microdynamics with Stewart Lundy of Perennial Roots Farm to learn practical ways to implement biodynamics on a small scale. By popular demand, we have moved the upcoming webinars in this series earlier so that you can get growing right away!

As a gesture of support for our community, this webinar is offered by donation and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Registration is required to participate, and you are invited to make a contribution when you register if you are able. If you are not yet a member of the Biodynamic Association, please consider becoming a member instead of or in addition to making a donation when you register. Membership is on a sliding scale starting at $5 per year, comes with many benefits, and helps the BDA to continue to provide information, resources, and connections to support you and others in biodynamic stewardship.

Recordings will be available to registered participants if you're unable to participate live.

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Kim Bick-Maurischat (not verified) said:

Hoping to access the recordings of the first 2 classes.  Is that possible?

thanks

Georgie Donovan replied:

Hi Kim!  Yes, the first in the series is available free on our website:  https://www.biodynamics.com/content/microdynamics-i-planning-your-biodynamic-garden

and the second one is here:  https://www.biodynamics.com/content/microdynamics-ii-scaling-biodynamics-fit-your-needs

We decided to make the series free on our website last year since it was so popular and many people were coming to gardening for the first time during the pandemic.  It's such a great series!  --Georgie

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