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Biodynamic Gardening workshop

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Biodynamic Gardening workshop

Time: February 28, 2009 from 10am to 5pm
Location: The property of Peter Kearney in Samford
Street: 203 Wight Mountain Road
City/Town: Wight Mountain
Phone: 0732893602
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Peter Kearney
Latest Activity: Feb 20, 2009

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Workshop title - Biodynamic Gardening

Content: This is a theory and practice workshop designed to help you get to the point of applying the productive and inexpensive Biodynamic gardening methods. You will learn a context for Biodynamics, how to use the Biodynamic preparations, the planting calendar and make compost using Biodynamic practices. We will also delve into Biodynamic weed and pest control, liquid manures and general organic gardening methods. You will learn by doing, so please come along in your gardening gear.

Participant comment: “Thanks for running the workshop - I found it very informative and useful. Seeing your garden(s) brings the information on your web site to life. The ambience of your property is so peaceful and meditative that it was a pleasure to spend the day thinking and talking about growing things! And wonderful to share ideas with other people equally interested in the mysteries of Biodynamics!”, Jane Baldock, Samford

Presenter: Peter Kearney is an experienced workshop presenter, Biodynamic gardening practitioner for over 5 years and founder of www.cityfoodgrowers.com.au. Peter recently completed some intensive training on Biodynamic gardening practices at the global base for Biodynamics in Europe, in conjunction with 700 other BD practitioners from 30 countries.

When and where: On Saturday 28th February from 10-5pm at 203 Wights Mt Road, Wights Mountain via Samford.

Charge: The charge is $50. Please bring along your lunch, afternoon tea is provided. Pay on the day by cash or cheque.

To register: Phone Peter Kearney on 0401156532 or email to peter@cityfoodgrowers.com.au. Please attempt to register no later than 5 days before the event.

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Comment by Scarlett on February 20, 2009 at 9:07
Peter I'd love to come but we're already going to the Food Connect farm tour! What a pity. Have a great time, I know you will. Next time!! (I hope)

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