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Thinking Through the Land: Ezra Sullivan, Sunfield Farm Manager, An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture


Date: 02/06/2019 | Starts: 6:00 PM | Ends: 9:00 PM
       

Co-sponsored by Jefferson County Clemente, Finnriver Farm & Cidery, and Jefferson Land Trust.

Overhead view of Chimacum Valley

A view of the verdant agricultural lands of Chimacum Valley. Photo from Jefferson County Clemente.

Join us for Jefferson County Clemente’s Thinking Through the Land, an informal series of engaging community conversations to explore how the arts and humanities reflect upon and inspire our sense of place, and how they can help us build stronger communities.

The dialogue series is free and open to the public. Food and drinks are available for purchase on site.

Come feed both your mind and body and join us for a cozy evening of community and conversation.

When and Where: Every first Wednesday of the month at the Finnriver Cider Garden, 124 Center Road, Chimacum, WA 98325

 

– February 6, Ezra Sullivan, Sunfield Farm Manager, “An Introduction to Biodynamic Agriculture” – 

Sunfield uses biodynamic farming techniques to foster diversity, create balance, and build the fertility of the soil.

Sunfield uses biodynamic farming techniques to foster diversity, create balance, and build the fertility of the soil.

Please join Ezra Sullivan, Farm Manager of Sunfield Farm and Waldorf School (Chimacum, WA), for a talk and conversation about the philosophy and practice of biodynamic agriculture. With 81 acres, “primarily fields that are bisected by wetlands and flanked by a forested hillside,” Sunfield uses biodynamic farming techniques associated with the Austrian thinker and “spiritual scientist,” Rudolf Steiner. Ezra will give a virtual tour of the Farm and discuss his own experience learning how to care for the land through alternative agriculture.

Upcoming Discussions:

Wed, March 6:Jessica Plumb, Director of “Return of the River”
Wed, April 3: Matt Mikkelsen, “Quiet Mind: Soundscape Conservation on the Olympic Peninsula”

Questions?

For more information visit jeffersonclemente.org/thinking-through-the-land or call 360.732.0007.