Have you ever wondered how biodynamics might help you in your garden? Or did you think that it's only appropriate for large-scale farming?
If you come to our June meeting, you will hear Diane Watkin from Biodynamics Sydney explaining how biodynamics is relevant to home gardeners! This talk will be a great opportunity to learn how to apply biodynamics rules and preparations to improve the soil, the most important part of each garden.
Biodynamics brings a timely understanding to the signs of the soil-food-web cycle using nature’s free environmental services, rhythms and patterns, which are practically used to balance degraded and exhausted soils, bring more life forces to the earth and grow highly nutritious food.
Biodynamics Sydney runs a one-year course starting in August, "Backyard Blitzes" in spring, co-ordinates the Persephone Food Project uniting BD growers and consumers and maintains a BD Earth Seed Bank. It also runs hands-on courses on slow composting and the planting calendar.
Free for members free, $5 for guests.
Doors open at 6:30pm - a good time to check out our members library, the swap table, and buy plants and produce from other members.
Please join us for supper after the main speaker. Supper will be provided by the Hornsby group.