Note: there is an optional follow-on day of farm visits on Friday 26th May to see biodynamics and permaculture design in practice across the South West.
Come and join leading practitioners for two days of hands-on workshops that explore how biodynamic principles and practice and permaculture design can be used at farm scale, and combined to create resilient, productive, financially viable farms that support biodiversity and serve the wider community.
Small groups, guided by leaders in their field, will have the opportunity to:
There will also be the chance to hear talks from Director of the BDA, Gabriel Kaye; taste biodynamic wines and spirits with Limeburn Hill Biodynamic Vineyard; take a tour of Dartington Mill and the Almond Thief Bakery; and be introduced to the therapeutic and well-being work being carried at the Apricot Centre with children and families who work on the farm.
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Please note a limited number of discounted tickets are available at £75 each. To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, 13th March explaining (1) why you are applying for a bursary and (2) why you would like to attend ORFC in the Field.