With Nir Halfon
Venue: Rudolf Steiner House, 35 Park Rd, London, NW1 6XT
Conventional horticulture sees plant growing as an act of chemistry, organics sees the plant as growing within the soil, biodynamics sees the plant as growing within the soil and in touch with the cosmos, and with this understanding uses various methods to add the magic of vitality to the growing plants. Come and learn how to work with nature for a better planet and better food.
Nir Halfon is the garden manager and farm director of Plaw Hatch Farm in Sussex, and a trustee of the Biodynamic Agriculture College. He has 20 years’ experience in biodynamic gardening. FFI about Plaw Hatch see www.plawhatchfarm.co.uk
All welcome, no need to book. Tickets £10 (£7 students)
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