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Session 1: June 15-17, 2017
Session 2: August 3-5, 2017
Session 3: June 14-16, 2018
Session 4: August 2-4, 2018
This workshop will give both beginners and experienced farmers a solid basis for understanding the major ideas and principles of Biodynamic Agriculture. Biodynamics is practiced on millions of acres in all climates for the best possible nutritional results as well as for the step that needs to be taken to go toward a thriving farm or garden organism. To learn the spiritual foundation for a necessary renewal of agriculture is the call of our time. Come and join biodynamic practitioner and teacher Gunther Hauk as he shares with us over 40 years of experience.
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With joy and respect for their hard work and dedication to our two year program, we recognize the following individuals who graduated our two year program last week:
Don Miller Janice Zuzov Jamie Sansone Anita Castle Kim O’Donnell Santosh Gupta Laureen Gaston Sarah Shepherd Bonnie Isabelle Bonnie Young Alice Hinman Carolyn Koch Carter Bo Wallace Donna Riley Judith Hammond
Many Blessings to you all on your continued journey forward–may you each be the “sour dough” of your communities, shedding light and truth on the need to care for the bees, the land, and each other.
Check out our recent e-newsletter for more information and to learn about the One Week!
Solis–the name of our beautiful sun hive, has swarmed 4 times already this Spring. Hive forms like the Sun Hive promote reproduction and health through the round form, which allows the bees to keep their warmth, hive scent, and brood nest exactly as they would like it.
Nevertheless, we were worried about Solis last week due to her small amount of flight bees (what is normal after 4 swarms, but still…we worry) and decided to open up and take a look.
To our delight, we began pulling the frames out and saw an absolutely beautiful brood nest and a wonderful new queen! It was such a joy to see how a round hive organizes itself, and how well they rebound in good health after reproducing into so many strong and vibrant swarms.