This kind of compost is a low maintenance design never smells or attracts unwanted insects. Feed and water about every three weeks to a month. Will not catch on fire or overheat killing much-needed microbial life. Alkaline versus Acid!
$300 for build and training on how to maintain it, turn it. No more than 4 hours of compost building time.
Travel out of the Reno area will include the cost of gas and travel time.
You will need a water outlet, hose to reach the area of the compost, You will need a fresh and new straw bail, tools.
You will need to save kitchen scraps of two full 5 gallon home depot buckets
You will need fresh nonpesticidal greens like pulled weeds, grass from lawn mowing.
You will need a large pile of dried carbon, like pine needles, leaves, or wood chips.
Biodynamically inspired compost build.
The study of biodynamics can become a lifelong process with questions usually arising at a far greater rate than seemingly definitive answers. But there is a calm that can come from knowing that we don’t know and realizing that we are all part of something far greater than ourselves.
Biodynamic agriculture is an advanced organic farming system that is gaining increased attention for its emphasis on food quality and soil health. Biodynamic agriculture developed out of eight lectures on agriculture given in 1924 by Rudolf Steiner (1861−1925), an Austrian scientist and philosopher, to a group of farmers near Breslau (which was then in the eastern part of Germany
and is now Wroclaw in Poland). These lectures, as well as four supplemental lessons, are published in a book titled Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal of Agriculture, originally published in English as An Agricultural Course
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Bridgette Lyn Dolgoff is a Traditional Osteopath with almost 30 years of experience and continued education. She specializes in Structural & Energy Medicine, Nutrition, and Herbalism. Bridgette is also an international registered Medical Intuitive. She attended Rudolph Steiner College to learn Biodynamics, Spiritual Sciences, Anthroposophic Medicine, and apprentice on farms, as well as permaculture, stays. Bridgette works with and on humans, animals, and the environment/s in person and online. In the past, Bridgette spent summers in different locations across the USA doing soil restoration, land regeneration, and small to large farm build/s educating as she works with the landowners. She is also a lifetime practitioner of Shamanism and comes from bloodlines of the shaman, medicine people, herbalists, healers, clairvoyants, prophets, and exorcists. Bridgette understands that real medicine and nutrition start with recovering and restoring the soil, these processes will also heal the land, the air, the water, the people, and all beings living on Earth. The second half of her life is spent healing the earth and educating those who are interested. Bridgette teaches classes in person and online in shamanism, seeds, beings, forces, soil, animal health, people health, animal health, environmental health, nutrition, pain management, and more.
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