Webinar: The Camphill Biodynamic Market Garden: lessons for community, ecology and the climate crisis

CAD$10

Social inclusion and biodynamic agriculture have been at the heart of the world-wide Camphill movement for almost 9 decades now. Camphill has inspired many new forms of agriculture in the world, especially the CSA movement, Land Trust Co-operative Farming, and Social Farming. In their discussion Annette and Allan will explore how their Market Gardening at Camphill Community Ontario grows not only ecology and community, but regrows our ability to reconnect with the fundamental life systems of our planet, perhaps establishing a way out of our current existential climate crisis.


Allan Kuhn: For the past twenty-three years Allan Kuhn has been working in Organic Agriculture. He completed both the Provincial Apprenticeship and the Demeter Apprenticeship and graduated from Organic Agriculture Management College all in North Rhein Westphalia, Germany. Since 2007 Allan has been with Camphill Communities Ontario, helping their five-acre Market Garden Program.

Annette Parsons: For the past twenty-eight years Annette has been working in Organic Agriculture. She completed her training in the Horticultural Program at Banting in Alliston. Since graduating she has been part of the Agricultural Day programming at Camphill Communities Ontario, helping in the Market Garden, the Herb Garden and with the Maple Syrup.

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Webinar: The Camphill Biodynamic Market Garden: lessons for community, ecology and the climate crisis

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