Biodynamic Apiculture, GGF 2/3
With Michael Joshin Thiele
in the Wheelwright Center
at Green Gulch Farm
Saturday, February 3, 2018, 9 am – 4 pm
The biodynamic approach to honeybees is centered on the essentials of nest integrity, the understanding of the hive as a singular, sentient being, and the coherence of inner and outer habitats. In this workshop we will study the unique life of honeybees and examine how a biodynamic approach integrates core life principles into our relationship with honeybees as well as into our apiaries. Michael will introduce innovative ways within the biodynamic field such as “Apis Arborea” (www.apisarborea.com), the vision of a “Landscape Apiarium,” and non-allopathic approaches to health. Participants will be able to integrate new information and insights into the upcoming 2018 bee season. Open to all levels of beekeeping and bee-lovers.
Fee: $90; $81 current SFZC members; $72 limited income.
- Fee includes a delicious, organic lunch cooked in the Green Gulch kitchen.
- Some partial scholarships available.
To Register: Please call the Green Gulch Farm main office at 415.383.3134 or the SFZC Reservations Office at 888.743.9362 or 415.475.9362. Or fill out this online form to have the Reservations Office contact you by phone or email to assist your registration.
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