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Fellowship of Preparations Conference
February 9, 2018 - February 11, 2018$200
The Southeast Biodynamic Association is happy to host the 2018 Fellowship of the Preparations Conference February 9-11 at Jeff Poppen’s farm in Red Boiling Springs, TN.
Location: Long Hungry Creek Farm is about 1 1/2 hours north-east of Nashville (the nearest airport).
Please make your own travel arrangements. Directions are on www.barefootfarmer.com, or will be sent to you with registration confirmation.
Cost: Friday morning to Sunday afternoon – $200. This includes all workshops and meals.
For Saturday only (including only lunch and dinner), the cost is $100.
Pre-registration is required by January 20, 2018. Space is limited.
Please consider contributing to the scholarship fund for this event by adding an amount appropriate
for you to your registration payment.
Lodging: Lodging is available at Red Boiling Springs’ lovely B&B’s. Limited local home-stays may be available
as well. Please inquire with Coree for a list of lodging possibilities.
Registration: Pre-register on-line at www.barefootfarmer.com, or complete the form below and mail with a check to:
Jeff Poppen, Long Hungry Creek Farm
2250 Heady Ridge Road
Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150
Please direct inquiries by phone or email to Coree Entwistle at 615-699-4676 (before 8 pm central time) or email@example.com.
The mission of the Fellowship of the Preparation Makers is to help ensure the availability of high quality biodynamic preparations in North American into the future. We gather each year to share what we have learned and expand our understanding in fellowship with one another. The
Fellowship welcomes and encourages preparations makers at all stages of interest to join us.
In the middle point of the Agriculture Course, Steiner tells us we should and, needless to say, will go on manuring as before, and that the manure must be subjected to a proper treatment so as to quicken and vitalize it sufficiently. This year we’ll explore how this treatment, known as the
biodynamic compost preparations, helps create the organs of the farm organism.
Bring any compost preparations you’ve made, including ones you are not satisfied with, so we can show and tell and learn together. Friday will feature seasoned “fellows” examining the preparations in depth, while Saturday will be more general education of