Growing Biointensively with Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living
Aug 08, 2019

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Young Agrarians visited Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living on a property in Meadowbrook, BC. The society undertakes crop trials, workshops, tours, research and demonstrations following the biointensive growing principles of John Jeavons, found in his work 'How to Grow More Vegetables'.

 

Growing Biointensively with Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living

Growing Biointensively with Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living

Young Agrarians visited Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living on a property in Meadowbrook, BC. The society undertakes crop trials, workshops, tours, research and demonstrations following the biointensive growing principles of John Jeavons, found in his work 'How to Grow More Vegetables'.... More
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