(Perspectives on Biodynamics - Workshop Series Session 8), Rudolf Steiner College, Fair Oaks CA
With Lydia Neilsen.
This workshop offers an integrated approach to soil, water, and rhythms of growth in plants and humans. We will explore patterns of energy and form in home-scale agriculture which connect us to the living soil, the living water, and the relationship between ourselves, our food, and our landscapes. We will explore the theory and practice of “swales”—on-contour ditches to reduce erosion, filter water, and build organic matter—with a hands-on exercise. Pre-register by April 6, 2013.
April 13, 2013 9:00am-5:00pm
Individual Session: General $85 in advance $110 at the door, Student/Senior $65 in advance $90 at the door
Entire Series (9 sessions): General $615 in advance $640 at the door, Student/Senior $465 in advance $490 at the door
Entire Series (9 sessions) plus Advanced Intensive: General $955, Student/Senior $720