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Biodynamic Gardening - 2

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Biodynamic Gardening - 2

Time: March 16, 2013 from 9:15am to 4:30pm
Location: Gardens at residence of Peter Kearney at Wights Mountain
Street: 203 Wights Mt rd
City/Town: Wights Mt
Phone: 0401156532
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Peter Kearney
Latest Activity: Mar 9, 2013

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This 1 day workshop is for people with an existing knowledge and experience of biodynamic gardening methods who seek to deepen their understanding and practice. Existing knowledge of participants will be strengthened via conversation, questions and practical activities that cover a deeper exploration of the energetic forces at play in food growing, followed by selective use of different biodynamic preparations for different plants, soil and plant conditions.

The workshop is run by Peter Kearney, experienced biodynamic grower and educator.

Workshop fee is $120. Written training material is provided and a beautiful afternoon tea. Payment in advance is required.Upon receipt of your enquiry, a workshop flyer and invoice will be sent with payment instructions by bank transfer or credit card

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Comment by Peter Kearney on March 9, 2013 at 16:51

Hi Gergely

The 1 day workshop is $120 for the full day and includes a beautiful afternoon tea and written training materials. Somehow, registration details seems to have not appeared on the BLF post. We have a 2 day introductory biodynamic gardening course on May 11-12 and are taking registrations for this now. Do you have much experience with biodynamics? If not I would recommend the introductory course as the first step for you. We have another advanced 1 day workshop in May as well. You will find details for the 2 day course in the BLF calendar as well as on our web site at

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