Biodynamic Agricultural College Seminar: Understanding Animals from a biodynamic perspective 21st - 26th October 2017, Abbey Home Farm, Glos | Biodynamic Association

Biodynamic Agricultural College Seminar: Understanding Animals from a biodynamic perspective 21st – 26th October 2017, Abbey Home Farm, Glos

Introduction to Biodynamic Gardening with Dr. Sue Peat and Philip Martyn Sunday 19th November, 2 – 5 pm
27th June 2017
Seven Day Introduction to Biodynamics (Saturdays from Nov 11th 2017 – April 14th 2018)
10th October 2017
Join us: Up to 2 adults per household

The Biodynamic Agricultural College offers this seminar to anyone who likes to learn about our twelve domesticated animals from an organic and biodynamic perspective.

Domesticated animals need our support. Industrial farming and some pet lovers have gone to extremes to ‘mee(a)t’ our need or our hunger for love and care. What makes these animals different from those in the  wild? In the Biodynamic farm organism, together with the wild fauna, they serve soil and plants. Eggs, milk, meat and fur can be seen as valuable by-products.  Animals are invaluable for landscape and fertility. Vegan, vegetarian and meat eater alike should rediscover and explore the value of our domesticated animals. They offer themselves to us for our development. Therapists have discovered their potential for human health and well being too.

We will practice phenomenology to sensing the animal direct as well as skeletal forms and organs.  During the course we will also visit other farms, organic and biodynamic.

The venue:  Abbey Home Farm is a large organic, divers and well established enterprise with focus on close customer relation and education. www.theorganicfarmshop.co.uk

Cost for the seminar is £490 including lunches and accomodation (limited spaces book a.s.a.p.)  – seminar cost without accomodation is £300 (breakfast and suppers are self catered at the venue kitchen – bring your own food, organic only! or buy in the large organic shop at the venue)
To book or for FFI  contact Kai Lange  kailogo@gmail.com