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Biodynamic CPP WORKSHOP with Lis Alington: 10am-1pm

Biodynamic Workshop

 

Learn to make Biodynamic garden preparation CPP.

Excellent for establishing new seedlings and reviving tired soils.

 

Intro and practical workshop led by Lis Alington

 

Saturday, 17th May

10 am - 1pm

 

Titirangi Rudolf Steiner School

~ By Koha ~

 

Bookings Essential – Contact Rachel

rachmcf@yahoo.co.uk

ph 817-2191

 

Wonderful opportunity to come and help with establishing healthy biodynamic gardens on school grounds as well as learning biodynamic practices for your home garden.

 

CPP (Cow Pat Pit) is a special type of compost which activates soil, encouraging better soil structure and breakdown of organic and inorganic substances. The resulting substance is a rich, living organic humus fertiliser teeming with beneficial soil microlife & plant growing nutrients. CPP is applied to the entire garden as a liquid fertiliser sprayed or watered on to soil, plants, seedlings, seed sowings and compost heaps (as a compost activator). 

 

Lis Alington has worked with the science and practice of biodynamics for nearly 30 years. She studied biodynamics in the UK after having completed a degree in Agricultural Science at Lincoln University.  She has taught at Taruna College, made medicines for Weleda, and worked extensively for the development of Biodynamics in NZ. Lis now lives in Auckland where she is editor of Earth Matters - a journal that aspires to unite  heads, hearts and hands in service to Earth and humanity. www.earthmatters.co.nz

 

 

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