Fresh From the Field
We are pleased to announce the addition of two new workshops this spring - one in downtown Chicago, IL, the other in central Michigan, near Grand Rapids. So exciting to see the spread of interest and eagerness to learn more about the principles and practices of this form of biological and energetic farming and gardening. Register today to learn what the excitement is about!
We've just posted our latest newsletter about all the great strides forward BFA is making.
In this issue, we update you about the Soil and Nutrition Conference next month, the exciting Soil Profile Project we are about to undertake, as well as the establishment of BFA Local Chapters and a Chapter Leader Training Course this spring, and much more! Read all about it!
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We've added a couple more High Bionutrient Crop Production Workshops to the schedule! Coming up soon is Madison, VA on Feb 7-8, Cazenovia, NY on Feb 21-22, and a one day workshop in Berlin, MA on Saturday, March 8. And there are rumors of another in Chicago! More details and registration available on our workshops page.
We've received quite a few requests to bring our High Bionutrient Crop Production Workshops out West, and we're excited to announce that we are finalizing the details of our first offering in Colorado for later this spring. In the meantime, Dan will be traveling there to present free intro lectures on Jan 25 in Denver and Boulder, and then on Jan 26 in Fort Collins. Intro lecture details as they become available can be found on our events page.
How Biological Farming Can Transform Your Food Supply for the Better: A fascinating interview with Jerry Brunetti, wherein he discusses how the entire food chain is connected to soil health, from plant and insect health, all the way up to animal and ultimately human health. Health, therefore, truly begins in the soils in which our food is grown. Building on the work of pioneers like Weston Price, WIlliam Albrecht and Louis Bromfield, Jerry Brunetti expands on a variety of strategies for optimizing plant growth to increase the nutrient quality of the foods we eat, while touching on the plant rhizosphere, plant communication and strategies of self-defense, pesticides, GMO, paramagnetism, and the future of food as medicine -- and needless to say, it all centers around the health of the soil.