Microdynamics I: Planning Your Biodynamic Garden
with Stewart Lundy
Recorded on March 31, 2020
In this webinar, we explore how the biodynamic concept of the farm as a living “organism” is not a mere metaphor. Discover general soil-building principles; how to develop a garden space, hedges, buffer strips, wildlife habitat, and plant “elders”; and consider the macrocosmic connection to the horizontal environment (Nature) and to the vertical environment (the cosmos). Acquire principles for imparting a living "skin" to your farm or garden.
Interested in Learning More?
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 the next 3 sessions in a 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!
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