Fresh From the Field
In a few weeks we are going to be digging deep at the 2015 Annual Soil and Nutrition Conference in Northampton, MA.
Join us and our partner NOFA/Mass to make the connection between soil health, plant health, and our health, while building community with other conference attendees.
We're very excited to launch our fifth year of the High Bionutrient Crop Production workshop series, led by Dan Kittredge. Sign up today to learn how we can return nutrient dense food to our gardens and farms. You will learn how to detect and understand the unique advantages and limitations of your soil and your crops, as well as the interactions between your plants, soil, and air. You will learn how to grow better food, and help heal the environment and nourish humanity. And the best part? Bionutrient rich food just tastes better!
Courses are being added to the schedule as their details are being finalized, so if you don't see a course near you on the registration page, check back soon for updates, or send us an email! Learn more here!
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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