Monday, January 30th | 6:30 to 8:30PM
The Beet at Ellwood’s
We’re honored to welcome Bionutrient Farming Association’s Founder & Executive Director Dan Kittredge to The Beet. Dan travels throughout the country, connecting with growers – farmers, gardeners, and those generally interested (we all eat food!) – to explain the process and benefits of growing crops with higher bionutrient levels.
In this introductory lecture, Dan will share with you the importance of bionutrient-rich foods and the exciting form of biological and energetic farming that integrates scientific principles in simple, common sense ways. These principles empower growers to significantly improve their crops. Explains Dan, “For me, it’s about looking at food and plants in a new way – providing the ideal environment for a plant’s genetic potential to manifest itself.”
About the Instructor
Dan is the Founder and Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food Association. Raised by parents who are prominent leaders in the organic food movement, Dan has been an organic farmer since childhood. His experience managing organic farms and developing sustainable agriculture techniques has connected him to farmers in Central America, Russia, India and the U.S.
Learn more about Dan and view his grower profile here.
FREE! (It may be free but seating is limited to 45 so please register in advance)
Register for class
Register online for the class here!