The Unique Contribution and Relevancy of Biodynamic Agriculture

a talk by Ueli Hurter, co-leader of the Agriculture Section at the Goetheanum

Ueli Hurter, co-leader of the International Agricultural Section at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland and experienced biodynamic farmer will give a talk, “World Report on Agriculture: The Unique Contribution and Relevancy of Biodynamic Agriculture,” at Fountain Hall at Camphill Village (84 Camp Road, Copake, NY).

Ueli is visiting the Northeast on his way to the North American Biodynamic Conference in Portland, Oregon.This talk is for anyone interested in learning more about this ecological way of farming and its potential for improving the health of our soils and planet.

$10 suggested donation at the door.