Auckland Biodynamic/Organic Garden Group


Auckland Biodynamic/Organic Garden Group

Active gardening group learning about the principles of biodynamic/organic gardening, sustainability and permaculture through field trips, garden visits, guest speakers and Monthly meetings For information on Biodynamics:

Location: Auckland
Members: 71
Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2016

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Annual biodynamic workshop coming

Spring is here, get ready now with this practical Biodynamic workshop:Overview of  practices, using preparations, working with the stars, food for body and mind..Sat 8th September, evening…Continue

Started by Diane SQ Aug 24, 2012.

“What about peppering”

Biodynamic workshop with Peter BacchusSaturday 22 October, 10 am to 3pmSteiner House, 104 Michaels Ave, Ellerslie, AucklandThis workshop will look at how to repel problem pests (rodents, possums)…Continue

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Started by Diane SQ Oct 21, 2011.

Home-Garden Biodynamic workshop

Saturday 8th October, in Avondale.with Lis Alingtonpractical activity is the making of a biodynamic compost pile.Suggested koha is $10 or more.More info on the event page Continue

Started by Diane SQ Sep 23, 2011.

getting started with Biodynamics, a workshop with Lis Alington

Sat 10 September , 1 pm to 5 pm Titirangi Rudolf Steiner School, Helios Place For info and registration, contact the Auckland BD group, email preferred: or ring Diane on 418 04…Continue

Started by Diane SQ Aug 23, 2011.

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Comment by Angie Gibbons on September 30, 2009 at 8:18am
A couple of people have asked to go back to shelly beach farm, how could this be arange and who else would be interested?
Comment by Jono Hutson on September 29, 2009 at 7:17pm
Great find Angie!!
Comment by Angie Gibbons on September 29, 2009 at 2:59pm
Peter Proctor is coming to Auckland 17 & 18 October - Peter Proctor Interview

More details to be listed as soon as I get them.
Comment by Angie Gibbons on September 23, 2009 at 7:41am
Plant something now and keep your veg garden growing!

Why GardenGrow?
GardenGrow is intended to make it easier to keep your kitchen garden growing and producing. Each month the home page lists what you can plant now in your climate zone, and what to prepare for next month.

A secret to productive gardening is to plant regularly - plant something every day if possible in suitable climates.
Comment by Angie Gibbons on September 23, 2009 at 6:57am
Module 19. Facilitating Change
Guest Tutor - Daniel Nepia – Community development worker; facilitator; Director, Social Experiment
Introduction to community development work; Group Dynamics; Working with groups; Building teams; Facilitating dialogue; Meetings and projects; Decision making processes;Conflict resolution; Community advocacy and development.
For more information or to register contact Marshall Design Studio at / 021 562 995

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