2ND SATURDAY: INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN NATURAL FARMING
INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN NATURAL FARMING: PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS
2nd Saturday of the Month ~ September 11, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
2825 8th Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76110
$35 / CSA Members $30
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Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a gardening and farming practice created by Cho Han Kya, aka, Master Cho. The method focuses on capturing native microorganisms in the soil, fermenting serums and creating many other amendments that restore health and vitality to the soil.
This class will give you an overview and basic understanding of Korean Natural Farming methods. The workshop is divided into two parts, the first portion will be a lecture and the second half of the class we will have a hands-on demonstration of one of the core inputs (amendments) of KNF.
~Each participant will receive a sample of the input made in class and a handout.
~The fee for this workshop can be applied to the Fall 2021 certification class if that is desired.
>>Class limited to 12 participants and deadline to register is 11:59 PM September 9th, 2021<<
INSTRUCTOR: JAMES SAMUDIO Owner of Elizabeth Anna's Urban Farm and Garden in Fort Worth, Texas. He has a BS and an MBA from Oregon State University and has a certification in Permaculture Design. James has been implementing these designs for urban and broad acre applications for the last 20 years. James and Area were invited to Korea and returned with a desire to share Korean Natural Farming with as many farmers as possible. Aera is a board member of Cho Global Natural Farming and James holds ongoing classes at Elizabeth Anna's. Instruction materials and most inputs are available to purchase at the shop for those who are short on time. These methods, if used properly, provide amazing outcomes, using your own low cost inputs gathered locally.