Biodynamics is a whole farm approach that seeks to manage the soils, crops, and animals on a farm in such a way that the enterprises on a farm strengthen and support each other.
Biodynamics helps build the humus level of the soil on your farm using a whole farm approach as well as the biodynamic preparations.
Gardening responds very well to a biodynamic approach. You can use the sowing and planting calendar throughout the growing season.
The Biodynamic Association can help you find a training to learn about biodynamic farming and gardening. There are courses to suit your needs and pocket.
Certified biodynamic produce is recognised by the distinctive Demeter logo. Find out where you can buy some.
Book your ticket now for our special biodynamic conference in the autumn: 'Biodynamic Agri-Culture: A Matter of Life' - 30 October and 2 November 2014.
If you would like to learn more about natural and sustainable methods of beekeeping then this will be of interest to you!
Join us for an thought provoking day on Sat 4th Oct at the Steiner Academy Hereford with presentations on biodynamics and bees and networking opportunities.
Every vegetable and plant we grow wants to produce seed, and yet seed growing is only done by a very few growers across the country. With so much of our food and...
Venue: Tablehurst Farm, East Sussex RH18 5DP. You are welcome to join us for any or all of the following events:Monday 29th Sept at 7:30 pm - Presentation on 'The...
A Workshop with Susan Raven on the weekend of the 11th and 12th October 2014Venue: Badger Farm, Asterby, Louth, LN11 9UE(Entrance next to the Red Hill Nature...