• Although Biodynamics is the oldest “green” farming movement it remains the one best-suited to address the seemingly intractable problem of ever-diminishing natural resources on the one hand and an expanding population on the other.
  • Biodynamics addresses the conundrum of our need for nutritious food that doesn’t cost the earth and in a uniquely restorative way.
  • Biodynamics goes further than placing simple self-sufficiency at its core by asking farmers to put even more back into the land than they take out.
  • Biodynamic farms become self-contained living organisms with a healthy balance of animals (livestock), crops and wild plants. The farm maintains its own individuality, enhancing its inner vitality or life force whilst producing high quality, healthy food.
  • Biodynamics is a very creative and pro-active way of farming and thinking, and not just another don’t-do-this, don’t-spray-that green farming straitjacket.
  • Biodynamic farmers use specially prepared composted animal manures, medicinal herbs and minerals to kick-start and then maintain the farm’s inner vitality.
  • The farm, its crops and the farmer become more attuned to local seasonal and broader celestial cycles and rhythms.
  • The farm is enhanced and its crops carry a conscious sense of place and enough force to nourish us bodily and spiritually too.