Crossfields Institute International provided a training week for lecturers from Bulgaria in how to teach biodynamic agriculture and manage university level education. The training was held at Emerson College allowing us to visit two well established biodynamic farms and call on the expertise of experienced farmers to help Crossfields’ staff deliver the training. The lively students, the wealth of resources in the area and the fine, though windy, weather made for a rich and rewarding week.
Charlotte von Bulow, Judy Foster and Jonathan Code are visiting Hawthorne Valley Farm from September 19th to September 21st to promote the MSc Researching Holistic Approaches to Agroecology and to discuss development projects.
They will also be running a workshop entitled Intention and Attention in Symposionic Conversation in collaboration with Marc Clifton. https://hawthornevalleyassociation.org/event/intention-attention-sympsionic-conversation/ [page no longer exists]
Hawthorne Valley Farm has been producing high quality food for more than 35 years. Through biodynamic farming practices they reflect a commitment to protecting the health of the earth and all who live on it. The education and outreach programs provided by the farm strive to raise awareness of the social, ecological, and economic importance of agriculture in everyday life