Event Date : October 30, 2014
to 2 November 2014
At a time of waning resources, profound disturbances in the natural world and declining food quality, innovative solutions are required. Biodynamics provides unique and accessible practices which can help to regenerate health and stability in living systems. This conference will explore the contribution that biodynamics can make to enhancing food quality, soil, plant and animal heath and social and economic renewal.
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