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The aim of this course is to highlight the importance of forest for the future of the Earth. Through the 7 Fields of Practice, we will combine biodynamic, close-to-nature forestry principles and Goethean scientific observation with ideas and data. This course is largely held outdoors encouraging an awareness of woodland health and diversity, how to regenerate, protect and tend wooded land in tune with planetary rhythms using biodynamic preparations. It is open to internal Trust colleagues as well as to external participants but would be especially recommended to those who work with wood and the woodland and/or source their material from the woodland.

Nick Raeside (expert in Biodynamic Forestry)

19-20 Sep
10-11 Oct
07-08 Nov

23-24 Jan
13-14 Mar
17-18 Apr
15-16 May
26-27 Jun


 Delivered over one year at the Field Centre, Nailsworth – click here for directions

To apply for the course, please download, complete and return the application form here.