The Agricultural Course challenges us - through its language, its dimensions of space, and through its interconnections. When we succeed in approaching the Agricultural Course in a lively way, it changes its character. Surprises and current issues are revealed, and the course becomes concrete in its own way. With this workshop we invite you to enter into a relationship with the Agricultural Course, to give the course a new chance and to look into your individual relationship to the lectures.
We work reflectively with ourselves, discovering words and sentences of the Agricultural Course. We invite you to a journey in dialogue.
2 February, 10:45-12:15
3 February, 10:45-12:15
4 February, 10:45-12:15
English | German
Simone Helmle teaches the subject "Socioculture and Anthroposophy" in the master course for resilient entrepreneurship in biodynamics at the Freie Landbauschule Bodensee e.V. in Überlingen/Germany. She holds a doctorate and habilitation in agricultural sociology. Accompanying people in the development of their individual potential is a matter very dear to her heart.
Reto Ingold has been a trainer and advisor for biodynamic agriculture for many years. He is a biodynamic farmer, agronomist and adult educator. He has worked in Swiss BD training, in advisory and research at FIBL and has a PhD in the field of advisory. Today he works as a freelancer, especially in Eastern Europe and North Africa.