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An annual planting guide for farmers and gardeners. Plant and harvest by the moon, stars and planetary rhythms. Recommendations for biodynamic practitioners.
Conscious farming and gardening begins with sensing the environment - see, smell, taste, touch and experience.
The best learning experiences happen in the outdoor classroom.
The reward is putting everything you learn into your own farm or garden.
Mentors share not just their knowledge but the experiences from which that knowledge came to them.


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In The News
June 16, 2017
Book Review by Rosemary Tayler Published in 2007, the 155-page book, Sacred Stewardship: Regaining our spiritual partnership with the food we eat, by Charles Hubbard and Malki'el McCamis, presents a balanced approach to biodynamic farming.
February 7, 2017
Book Review by Rosemary Tayler Have you ever taken the time to notice how the leaves on a plant change shape from one leaf to the next as they appear on the stem and then transform higher up the stock into a flower and then later into fruit?
January 15, 2017
by Rosemary Tayler In my opinion, Jeremy Naydler has done a fantastic job compiling this well-organized, timeless classic of scientific writings by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe(1749-1832). At the outset, Naydler sets his intention by dedicating

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Seven Sisters:   Ancient Seeds and Food Systems of the Wabanaki People and of the Chesapeake Bay Region  by Frederick M. Wiseman

A new look at the ancient heirloom seeds and food systems engineered by the Wabanaki People in northern New England and eastern Canada. Dr. Frederick Wiseman provides the back stories of  ancient seeds of corn, beans, squash and several other crops, as well as corresponding ceremonies, cuisine and ancient farming techniques that continue to be used today. A thoughtful compendium for gardeners and Indigenous seed savers. 


Educational Workshops & Seminars

Become part of our growing community and take part in our educational programs.  Earth Haven Learning Centre will be hosting a number of informative workshops throughout the year. These informative sessions will offer a wide range of topics by experienced guest speakers as well as our own team members.  

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There are books that are special and dear to us that we have chosen to highlight with a special book review.  Our team is always looking for new books, new authors, new topics and something to share.

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The Journey to Learning and Awareness Begins Here

“Our highest endeavor must be to develop free human beings who are able of themselves to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility—these three forces are the very nerve of education.” ― Rudolf Steiner

Earth Haven Learning Centre was created to be a place where people of all ages can learn but more importantly to become aware through sharing knowledge, wisdom, insights and experience.

Our on-line selection of books and educational resources is something that we offer so that you can learn and grow on your own at your own pace. 

Workshops, seminars and educational programs offered here at the learning centre will provide you with a more experiential learning which will engage all of your senses.  These valuable programs will allow you to talk and share with like minded individuals, teachers and mentors.

Become part of the Earth Haven Learning Centre community.  Take part in what we have to offer.  

“Where is the book in which the teacher can read about what teaching is? The children themselves are this book. We should not learn to teach out of any book other than the one lying open before us and consisting of the children themselves.”  ― Rudolf SteinerRhythms of Learning

Visit our Blog [In The News] to discover interesting and informative articles on sustainable and restorative agriculture, including organic, permaculture and biodynamic practices.  You will also find extensive information and articles from the writers and contributors to the Celestial Planting Calendar.

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