We’re celebrating a very special award to the incredible Gill Bacchus! 🍎
Gill has been awarded this year’s Council Award for Commitment and Service to Biodynamics 🐄 Gill has a long-standing relationship with biodynamics and the Council feels that she is a very worthy recipient.
Included in Gill’s numerous achievements is her newest book she has released is ‘Love Your Veges’ which follows her first book – Food, Full of Life 🌱 This is alongside being a pass member of the council, doing research on the growth habits of lettuce, run workshops and is a wonderful good half of a good biodynamic team.
Gill accepted the award with pleasure and expressed her commitment to continue to promote biodynamics to consumers and retailers to encourage growing and eating of biodynamic food and asked anyone who wants to help her to get in touch.
Last week, the award was officially presented to Gill Bacchus by Peter Bacchus in Coromandel. Thank you Gill for your wonderful books on Nutrition and Food and your years of sharing your expertise with us all here in NZ 🙌🏻
If you’re interested in learning more about health and nutrition in relation to biodynamics – both books are available to purchase below! We appreciate your support 💕
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Below is an excerpt written by Gill Bacchus from the Spring 2021 issue of Harvests (available to members of Biodynamics New Zealand). Gill recently self published a book called ‘Love Your Vegges’ which is packed with information about biodynamic gardening and how to get more nutritious vegges into your children! We highly recommend it. Contact Gill if you want to purchase a copy firstname.lastname@example.org. Become a member here https://biodynamic.org.nz/product/annual-membership
I had the wonderful opportunity to talk to Swedish film maker and podcaster Mattias Olssen about his documentary film ‘Into the Soil’ for the Spring issue of Harvests. He is the creator of the multimedia project called Campfire Stories, where he interviews people in his community pursuing sustainable and sometimes alternative lifestyles. In this film he documents the philosophical approach of the biodynamic farmer Brigid LeFevre, who grew up in a Camphill community and now runs a small biodynamic farm where she grows supplies to make some of the best Kimchi in Europe.
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