This meeting is open to everyone, from newcomers to old-timers interested in biodynamics. We are grateful to Luke Frey and Ian Powell, the new owner of Yokayo Ranch, for making it possible for biodynamic community to experience this very affordable and rich weekend. Drop in for a few hours or stay the whole time.
After catered breakfasts early on Saturday and Sunday mornings, Alexander and several eurythmists from the American Eurythmy School will be leading eurythmy sessions.
Dennis Klocek will also be doing a keynote speech at 10 am, on Saturday, the 11th. In his talk, Three American Agricultural Economies, he will be discussing the evolution of regenerative and sustainable agricultural practices as they have appeared within the context of farming economies in America. Today, we strive to develop viable, heartfelt agricultural economic models, as humans engage in continuing efforts to adapt to the complexities of climate change-- and to meet the challenge to develop deep humanitarian, political and sacred best practices for the future.
After a potluck lunch on Saturday, Thea Marie Carlson, Executive Directer of the Biodynamic Association of North America, will be holding a keynote discussion at 1:30 as a follow-up to Dennis's talk, followed by news from the Biodynamic Conference that recently occurred in New York. In the afternoon we will be treated to a Farm Tour of The Buttercup Compost Lab, and a Singalong in the late afternoon with Daniel Frey. There will be Catered Dinner at 6:30 pm.
On Sunday morning, Delmar McComb will be leading an Anthroposophical Salon - thought provoking philosophical/ spiritual discussion. This will be followed by the yearly BDANC Business Meeting and a catered lunch.
To see the exact schedule, fees and other details see www.bdanc.org. To find out more about Yokayo Ranch, (image above) see www.yokayoranch.com Camping and floorspace will be available, in addition to rooms. Please reserve sleeping space by January 4th and reserve meals by January 9th with email@example.com