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NATIONAL BIODYNAMIC FARMING AND GARDENING CONFERENCE November 12-14, Durham, NC

  • Subject: [cg] NATIONAL BIODYNAMIC FARMING AND GARDENING CONFERENCE November 12-14, Durham, NC
  • From: Allan Balliett <igg@igg.com>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2004 06:27:28 -0400

BIODYNAMIC FARMING AND GARDENING ASSOCIATION 2004 AGRICULTURE CONFERENCE

Durham Armory - Downtown, Durham, North Carolina

Hosted by Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynamics

Supported by Gardening for the Future

The annual conference of the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association will be held at the Durham Armory in downtown Durham, NC on November 12-14, 2004. The Association, the oldest organic farming and gardening organization in North America, will present a conference detailing the steps involved in converting a farming operation to biodynamic practices and will specifically focus on the importance of "quality" in agriculture. The conscientious consumer is willing to pay higher prices for higher quality food in today's market.

The Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association will bring together an impressive lineup of leaders in organic and biodynamic agriculture, research science, and marketing. Well-known farmer, marketing innovator, writer and educator, Joel Salatin, will deliver the keynote speech, "Holy Cows and Hog Heaven." Janet Barker comes from Switzerland to share her expertise on "Imaging Methods: Can These Show Quality?" Janet is internationally noted for her work using the Steigbilder imaging method for determining optimum quality of medicinal herbs for pharmaceutical production.

Workshops on conversion to biodynamic practices, compost tea brewing, on-farm value-added products, relationship marketing, seed saving, grazing management, integrating orchards into the farm, and working consciously with natural rhythms of earth and solar system will provide opportunities to learn from leaders in the agriculture of the future.

For More Information, watch www.biodynamics.com.

CONTACTS:

Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association, Inc.
25844 Butler Road, Junction City, OR 97448
(888)516-7797; biodynamic@aol.com; http://www.biodynamics.com

Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynamics
PO Box 133, Woolwine, VA 24185
276-930-2463; fax: (276) 930-2475; info@jpibiodynamics.org; www.jpibiodynamics.org


Gardening for the Future
Allan Balliett
POB 3047
Shepherdstown, WV 25443
(304) 876-3382
info@gardeningforthefuture.com
www.gardeningforthefuture.com



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