Paul Rainger, Author at Biodynamic Association

Paul Rainger

27th June 2019

Restoring Biodiversity on Apricot Lane Biodynamic Farm

Filmmaker John Chester’s family took on farm land that was treated poorly in the past, with chemical spraying that had killed almost all of the biodiversity, […]
19th June 2019

The Biggest Little Biodynamic Farm

Ever wondered what happens when you take a broken-down 200-acre property and set out to transform it into an incredibly lush and diverse biodynamic farm over […]
17th June 2019

Biodynamic Association Conference and AGM 2019: 26/27 October, Stourbridge

Health, Harmony and Holism: Evolving biodynamic food, farming, gardening and education for the 21st century Join us on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th October at the […]
17th September 2019

Voices from the biodynamic field championing health

Marina and Mark O’Connell from The Apricot Centre, at the Biodynamic Land Trust’s Huxhams Cross Farm, featured in recent research by the Centre for Food Policy, […]
17th September 2019

Food, Farming and the Climate Crisis

The evidence is clear. We have to change how we farm, produce food and feed ourselves. And earlier this year, our colleagues at The Landworkers’ Alliance […]
2nd July 2019

The sound of music at Lanson Champagne’s biodynamic vineyard

Lanson Champagne has a 17-hectare biodynamic-certified vineyard (originally House of Leclerc-Briant) where they use the biodynamic preperations, tisanes, algae sprays, and even play music in the […]
25th June 2019

Soil award for Sheffield biodynamic gardens

Congratulations to Peter van Vliet at Freeman Biodynamic Gardens in Sheffield who has been ‘highly commended’ in this years Soil Farmer of the Year competition.   […]
17th June 2019

Chanel No.5’s secret – Biodynamic Roses!

June’s issue of Harpers Bazaar reveals the Biodynamic Rose Farm in southern France behind Chanel’s iconic No.5 perfume. “We really have to pamper the roses and […]