About the Biodynamic Agriculture Association
The Biodynamic Agricultural Association was founded in Great Britain in 1929 to promote biodynamic farming and gardening. It also administers the Demeter symbol and gives support through a network of advisers, the journal Star and Furrow, a news-sheet, conferences, seminars and workshops.
The Association's main objectives are to foster and promote the agricultural impulse started by Rudolf Steiner in 1924 (the date of his course of lectures on agriculture) and to help and support those wishing to put into practice the bio-dynamic method. With these objectives in mind it keeps in close touch with the biodynamic impulse abroad, with other aspects of anthroposophical work (especially on nutrition and other sciences) and with various organisations concerned with a non-chemical approach to the soil, environment and health.
Membership is open to anybody interested, whether or not they are practicing farmers or gardeners. The present average subscription rate is £30 per year for members in the United Kingdom and Eire and £20.00 per year for students and senior citizens; £35 for members in Europe and £42 for all other countries.
We invite you to join our work.
Further details may be obtained from:
The Biodynamic Agricultural Association (BDAA)
Painswick Inn, Stroud, Glos.
Tel/Fax: 01453 759501