Biodynamics is a practical approach to observing and working with life processes to nurture the vitality of soil, plant, animal and human life. It is an entirely holistic approach. Understanding the living plants, the seasonal, monthly and daily rhythms, and our relationship to land and place, are all keys to establishing a healthy and nourishing garden.
Join us for a day of exploring Biodynamic gardening with Kai Lange.
This day workshop will introduce you to a range of new insights and practices, including special ways to make your compost that suits the plants needs, the Biodynamic preparations and how to use them, and will try to demystify some of the elements of this harmonious approach to working with nature.
Thursday 18 February 2016, 10am - 4pm at Shipton Mill Ltd, Long Newnton, Tetbury, Glos. GL88RP
Places are £60 for the day, concessions are available for students and low waged, please get in touch to discuss.
We will be outside in the garden for some of the activities so please bring suitable clothing and footwear.
Please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or to book a place - capacity is very limited so sign up soon!