Introduction to Biodynamics Open Day with Hamish Mackay – April 13th
The scientific and cosmic worlds will come together as world renowned educator, Hamish Mackay returns to The Farm for a Biodynamics Open Day on Saturday, 13th April 2019.
Biodynamics is based on Rudolf Steiner’s agriculture lectures from 1924, and brings together the art and science of agriculture, challenging and stimulating our engagement with life on Earth as part of the cosmos.
Biodynamics is a cost effective method of producing high quality plants, food and fibre with regenerative ecological outcomes. Applicable to urban gardeners, horticulture, small intensive cropping systems, broad acre farming, animal production and community gardens, together we can heal our ourselves and our communities through Agriculture.
If you would you like to learn about how the biodynamic method is different from organic gardening and permaculture methods then this open day is for you.
This open day is free, with no need to book in advance.
Bio: Hamish Mackay
Hamish has been working in the Biodynamic space for over 45 years and presents biodynamics as a cost effective and enjoyable way to produce high quality food and fibre suitable for human health and well-being; at the same time improving our environment. Hamish is the Executive Director of Biodynamics2024 and regularly conducts workshops throughout Australia.
What to bring
Notepad and pen, closed in shoes, hat.
The Farm Byron Bay, 11 Ewingsdale Rd, Ewingsdale NSW 2481.
9am - 12pm Saturday 13th of April.