Connecting independent initatives working from Rudolf Steiner's indications in Nashville and Middle Tennessee


Workshop-Jeff Poppen – Fellowship of the Biodynamic Preparation Makers February 9th-11th

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Long Hungry Creek Farm 2250 Heddy Ridge Road Red Boiling Springs Tn

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 preparation making.

All meals and workshops included.

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.

Tickets $100-$200

Schedule and Tickets

Please direct inquiries over phone or email to Coree Entwistle at 615-699-4676 (before 8 pm central time), sends e-mail).

Epiphany Reading Rescheduled Jan 9 -7:00 PM

Epiphany Reading is rescheduled due to the extreme cold.  Jan 9- 7:00 PM-8:30PM
Location -First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville, 1808 Woodmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee 37215.
Reading – The Circle of the Zodiac and the Spiritual Hierarchies: A Path from Jesus to Christ through the Twelve. Holy Nights.
From the book Twelve Holy Nights and the Spiritual Hierarchies by Segei O Prokofieff.
Copies are available for those who do not have the book.
Social and Snacks offered at 6:30

Dr. Mark Hancock At The Tennessee Local Food Summit -December 2

Dr Hancock will present a lecture on Nutrition

Saturday 2:30 at the Tennessee Local Food Summit

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Middle Tennessee farmland once fed Nashville, and it will again. As a peak year-end event fostering this change, the Tennessee Local Food Summit is December 1-3, 2017 and will be held at Montgomery Bell Academy.

Sponsored by Barefoot Farmer, LLC, it will feature Nashville’s best chefs offering delicious, locally grown organic meals during a full day of educational workshops, networking, and the celebration of Nashville’s existing local food movement.

This year’s topics for discussion will be:

❧ Backyard gardening
❧ Cooking Demonstrations by famous local chefs
❧ What’s going on in Nashville’s Local Food Movement
❧ Farming

MEALS INCLUDED! Breakfast, lunch and a dinner will be made by local chefs using local ingredients. Included in full conference ticket. Lockeland Table, Husk Nashville and Nicky’s Coal Fired are some of the local restaurants who will be helping to put the meals together.

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