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Wednesday, July 24, 2019 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm ET

In this webinar, we will explore how the Biodynamic farmer defines and cares for the domesticated animals on the farm. We will start with the compost pile and soil fertility and the importance of good pasture. Then the class will look at reproduction issues that define a Biodynamic approach. Finally, we will cover other topics such as remedies for healthy herds and flocks, shelters and the future for domesticated animals. 

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 registrar@biodynamics.com or call 262-649-9212 x2


Presenter: 

Marney Blair, along with her partner, Lisa Bjorn, created Fulcrum Farm over 15 years ago. Aside from food, the farm also produces Biodynamic compost for sale to local farmers and gardeners. They sell over 300 yards a year. Prior to her work on the farm, Marney managed a large-scale biodynamic composting operation in San Francisco's Presidio. The facility created compost for habitat restoration projects and provided a growing medium for all of the plants in the native plant nursery.

When
July 24th, 2019 7:00 PM   through   8:30 PM
Tuition
The Care of Animals: A Biodynamic Perspective $ 20.00