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In this charming introduction to biodynamic farming, Good Things Await invites us into the Stokholm biodynamic farm in Thorshøjgaard, Denmark. Here, Niel Stokholm and his wife Rita, use holistic and traditional methods to produce delicious food sought by some of the best restaurants in the world.
Green lifestyler, Caitlin Howlett, has a memorable paddock-to-plate meal in Port Macquarie.
Saturday May 25, 2013
Learn everything you need to know about biodynamics at Krinklewood's 7th annual biodynamic workshop, which will be led by experts Hamish Mackay and John Priestly. Participants will learn all the ins and outs of biodynamics, including compost making, mid-row cover crops and nurturing the soil. Krinklewood, which has been fully certified Biodynamic since 2007, is a family owned boutique vineyard situated in the picturesque hunter valley and is the perfect venue for an experience like this.
Where: Krinklewood Biodynamic Vineyard, Hunter Valley, NSW.
When: 9am-5pm, May 25, 2013.
Cost: $135 per person or $210 per couple (incl GST).
Click here for more information and bookings.
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