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Biodynamic Agricultural Talk: Growing Wine Grapes in Maryland and Biodynamics
Friday June 6, 7:30pm
at 4221 Metzerott Road College Park, Md 20740
Sarah O'Herron owner of Black Ankle Vineyards (www.blackankle.com) in Mt. Airy Maryland will take us on a slide show tour of the award winning and remarkable Black Ankle Vineyards. We will see and learn how biodynamic agriculture plays a key roll in the growing and cultivation of the grapes transformed into award winning wine of Maryland.
Sponsored by the Chesapeake BioDynamic Network
Open talk but donations accepted
For further info: Mjudge2000@gmail.com