"New agriculture must be based on values.
It should have ecological stability. It needs to have an element of social justice, and it needs to be ingrained in our culture. "
S. Schneider President of the United States Biodynamic Association
Strait, southern Golan Heights
In a focused and enriching course, we have packed the tools and principles of biodynamic agriculture to give you the infrastructure for quality-oriented agriculture.
The course is suitable for farmers and gardeners who want to deepen and specialize in organic growing methods and get to know the basis for biodynamic growing and conversion to the Demter standard mark.
#Development of biodynamic approach since 1924
#Shaping forces in biological processes.
# The economy as a living organism.
#Working with biodynamic preparations.
# Astronomical sowing and planting board.
# Feeding trees.
Biodynamic Agriculture 06-07.05.22
The practical part:
# Preparation and application of a concentrated compost preparation.
Application of Preparation 500.
#Preparation and application of wood paste.
# Planning an agricultural season according to an astronomical calendar.
About the course:
The intensive course is designed to support farmers and farms that are located
At the beginning of their path in biodynamic agriculture.
Instead of setting up the perfect school, living soil comes out
To the places where biodynamic agriculture is developing
Thus helping you see how the conversion process can begin
For biodynamic agriculture.
The upcoming course will be hosted in Mitzar in the Golan Heights, by Danny Lavie. The moshav jointly operates an organic plot of 200 dunams with
A variety of crops.
Cost: 950 NIS
10: 00-11: 00 Opening: Introduction to the participants and a preliminary tour of the farm
11: 00-12: 00 A new perspective on agriculture: 5 guiding principles for biodynamic agriculture
12: 00-12: 45 Lunch
12: 45-14: 00 Exercise: Exploring processes in nature with the help of artistic work with clay
14: 10-15: 00 The forces that shape nature: Introduction to biodynamic preparations
15: 00-16: 30 Concentrated compost - theory and preparation of raw material
16: 30-18: 00 Concentration of concentrated compost and 500 preparation in the field
18: 00-20: 00 Rest and dinner
20: 00-21: 30 Extension for those who are interested: screening a film and a talk on biodynamics in Israel and around the world
07: 00-07: 45 Quiet walk in the farm
07: 45-08: 30 Light breakfast
08: 30-10: 30 Rhythms of Nature - Biodynamic Calendar - Theory
10: 30-10: 45 Break
10: 45-11: 30 Sowing and planting board Agricultural planning practice
11: 40-12: 30 Lunch
12: 30-14: 00 Working with trees in a biodynamic approach - theory and practice
14: 00-15: 30 Break
16: 00-17: 00 Agricultural Economics and Society in a Biodynamic Approach
17: 00-17: 30 Summary
Course / Module content
What do we say about our courses:
Dikla Zisman, class 5, environmental consultant and establishes a biodynamic farm in the Golan
"I was at a biodynamic agriculture workshop in Jordan, where I met Liron and a bunch of lovely Israeli and Jordanian farmers. On the way to the workshop I felt I had found my way and that I was going to get excited. And indeed there was, and even more. It started from a deep and spiritual place and I was looking for more practice.But very quickly I connected to the spiritual place and the practice came soon too.
Recommend to anyone, a garden farmer, and ordered to join the fascinating biodynamic journey. To understand what a land is like a child, with its own character and qualities, to give it all that is possible, from the heart and the toil and to receive its fruits. ”
Adva Manor, 1st cycle, gardener
"One of the things that was most significant to me was farming in community participation. Meeting more people who are looking to innovate and create in the realm of consciousness and land - there is a common denominator of human love for everyone who came to the course meetings. The experience of combining resources and amazing wealth when meeting and sharing a way I really got rich from everyone in his field is - and this is how I would like to continue - the mutual learning and cooperation - synergistic effect that the whole is worth more than the sum of its parts - it is a characteristic of livestock When every detail supports the rule. "
Talia Minster, Round 3, Community Gardens Instructor
"There is a principle in permaculture called expanding the edges because abundance is at the edges.
This course has expanded me the edges to understand the importance of each component in the ecosystem, and the interesting ways of biodynamic agriculture to support this system.
An important course for those who want to deepen their understanding of the soil and everything that affects its growth and health. ”