The local Virginia Chapter of the Bionutrient Food Association will be hosting Dan Kittredge for a Bionutrient Food Production 2-day
Workshop! It will be taking place in Richmond February 18th and 19th at Createspace. Dan Kittredge will be dropping knowledge to the max, so don’t miss it if you haven’t attended one of these workshops yet!
This two-day workshop is designed to teach the basic principles &
practices of biological farming for higher quality crops — for better
taste, pest & disease resilience, and shelf life, plus higher levels
of nutrients beneficial to human health.
You will learn:
✓ Interpreting soil tests
✓ Mineral balancing and amendments
✓ Strategies for soil health improvement
✓ Biological seed inoculation
✓ Conductivity, refractometers and brix
✓ In-season crop monitoring and feeding with nutrient drenches & foliar sprays
Check out more details and register online here:
(Note there is a $200 fee for this workshop. Members of the BFA receive a discount. Please contact email@example.com for any inqueries relating to scholarships)
Not sure you want to attend the full workshop? No worries, come listen to a FREE Introductory Lecture on the Core Principles of Bionutrient Food Production with Dan on January 30th in Richmond at one of the following times and locations.
Monday, January 30th in Richmond (mid-day)
Date: Monday, January 30th, 2017
Time: 11:30am – 1:30pm
Location: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenue, Richmond, Virginia
Monday, January 30th in Richmond (evening)
Date: Monday, January 30th,2017
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: The Beet Cafe (Ellwood Thompson’s)
4 N. Thompson St. Richmond VA 23221
About the Teacher:
Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food Association, Dan is the son of prominent leaders in the organic movement, and 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 United States. Dan is passionate about raising the quality of nutrition in our food supply through collaboration with committed individuals, businesses, and organizations that support the value of people growing and eating really good food.
These events are part of our educational outreach through the Virginia local chapter of the Bionutrient Food Association. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the list in order to be notified of our monthly meeting times and locations.