What are some of the symptoms we can look for when visually diagnosing mineral imbalances in both plants and our own bodies?
Join us on Saturday, July 16 (5-7pm) at Brooklyn Hills Ranch in Amherst County, for a lively discussion that will delve into some of the similarities between the biological needs of soil, plant, and human health.
Owned by Fred and Amber Lyssy, Brooklyn Hills Ranch is a regenerative family farm focused on raising pasture-based, nutrient dense meats for the local community. Fred and Amber are the hospitable hosts of the monthly Amherst meeting.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
– Bring a main dish to share. This is a potluck.
(Or your own dinner if you do not want to participate in the potluck).
– Bring your own dishware (plate, utensils, etc).
– Bring lawn chairs or a picnic blanket.
Please park in the front field before the creek.
Kids are welcome but they must be attended to by a parent during the event.
PLEASE NOTE: As always, if you are not feeling well, or have a fever, we ask that you stay home and rest.
Have questions? Contact meeting host: Fred Lyssy at: firstname.lastname@example.org