Principles & Practices of Biodynamic Beekeeping—Part III

Type: 
Conference
Workshop
Class
Community Event
Date: 
Sat, 05/11/2019 -
09:00 to 17:00
Region: 
East Coast
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Honeybees

Health and Hive Management—Part III—Spring and Summer Beekeeping

Hands-on guidance in beekeeping tasks through the spring and summer months, from swarm catching and growing the apiary to heath checks, expansion, wax management, and more. This is the third class in our four-part series on basic beekeeping and is intended as a continuation of Principles & Practices of Biodynamic Beekeeping.Topics covered include:

Principles & Practices of Biodynamic Beekeeping—Parts I & II

Type: 
Conference
Workshop
Class
Community Event
Date: 
Fri, 03/08/2019 (All day) to Sat, 03/09/2019 (All day)
Region: 
East Coast
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Honeybees

This is Spikenard’s basic class in biodynamic/sustainable beekeeping methods. This workshop will offer in-depth advice for those who want to have bees and for those who had bees and want to start again.

PASA Sustainable Agriculture Conference

Type: 
Conference
Date: 
Wed, 02/06/2019 (All day) to Sat, 02/09/2019 (All day)
Region: 
East Coast


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Each February farmers, homesteaders, educators, and other food system professionals gather at our annual Sustainable Agriculture Conference for four days of intensive learning on more than 160 food and farming topics. No matter your experience level or agricultural interests, you’ll be able to pack your schedule with valuable sessions that help hone your craft and advance your cause.

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The Seed: Chaos, Cosmos, and Soil

Type: 
Conference
Workshop
Class
Date: 
Fri, 01/18/2019 - 18:00 to Mon, 01/21/2019 - 13:59
Region: 
East Coast
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With Mac Mead, Megan Durney, Harald Hoven, and Beth Corymb

Using Rudolf Steiner’s agriculture course as a foundation, we will explore “the seed” in its dynamic and complex relationship to the depths of the Earth, the expanses of the cosmos, and the agricultural individuality. Working in large and small groups, through art, movement, plant observation, and hands-on seed work (threshing and winnowing), we will delve into the mysteries of the seed-forming process.