Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm EDT.
One of the easiest to make and most versatile composts. Barrel compost is a wonderful carrier for the biodynamic preparations. BP, BC, CPP, or cow Pat Pit, whatever you call it, it’s all Black Gold. Discover how to make and use this powerful concentration of manure, which reflects the season, weather, animal and soil health of your own unique area.
The cost of the webinar is $20 for the general public and $10 for Biodynamic Association members. To receive your discount:
- Current members: log in to the website at top right, then member discount will be included in price below. Trouble logging in? Click here for more information.
- New members: Become a member online before you register. Log out of your account, log back in, and then member discount will be included in price below.
- Renewing members: log in and renew your membership online before you register. Log out of your account, log back in, and then member discount will be included in price below.
To participate in this webinar, you will need to have a reliable internet connection and a computer, tablet, or smart phone with camera and microphone. If you don’t have a device that will support this video technology, you may access the course via telephone.
This webinar will be recorded, and all registered participants will have access to the video recording on the Biodynamic Association website for 6 months after the webinar.
For questions about registration, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-649-9212 x2
My love affair with biodynamics began in 2005 when much of my work and training involved the late Peter Proctor. During the same year, I embarked on the life-changing course at Taruna in Hawkes Bay, gaining a certificate in Applied Organics and Biodynamics. Since then I have been actively practicing biodynamics in viticulture, home gardens and on a mixed farm. I facilitated the Taruna course when it was brought to Central Otago in 2012 and set up The Biodynamic Community Otago Charitable Trust on the strength of the fast-growing interest in holistic land management in the area. The group holds informal discussions, runs workshops, demonstrations, and seminars, providing support for new and existing BD practitioners. In 2018, I and a team of members from this group coordinated the National annual conference. Having recently completed a three-year term on the New Zealand Biodynamic Associations Council, I have been dedicating much of my free time to a local community food forest and allotments where I hope to share my knowledge and passion for what I believe to be the missing link to essential nutrition for human evolution.
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