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Monday Dose of Market: Baby Food, Burritos, and Biodynamic Wine.

(post, Cristin Couzens)

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Biodynamic is a new word for me.  Posted next to the new display of Jack Rabbit Hill wine at Denver Urban Homesteading, was the definition of biodyamic agriculture, pulled from wikipedia:

"Biodynamic agriculture is a method of organic farming with homeopathic composts that treats farms as unified and individual organisms,[1] emphasizing balancing the holistic development and interrelationship of the soil, plants, animals as a self-nourishing system without external inputs[2] insofar as this is possible given the loss of nutrients due to the export of food.[3]"  

If your eyes glazed over when you read that, like mine did, perhaps attending Jack Rabbit Hill’s wine tasting event at Denver Urban Homesteading is more your speed.  You can taste their Pinot Gris, Barn Red, and Pinot M &N  on April 23rd at 6pm as well as hear how Jack Rabbit Hill answers the question, “what is biodynamic farming?”    

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