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Paul Rainger

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 […]
21st May 2019

Landmark soil study proves climate benefits of biodynamics

Bonterra Organic Vineyards in the USA has completed a landmark soil study highlighting the benefits of Biodynamic farming for soil health. The research conducted by Pacific […]
21st May 2019

Space Station Research reveals Moon’s influence

The effect on plants of the gravitational pull of the moon, just like ocean tides, is starting to be revealed by research at Bristol University and […]
21st May 2019

And a Gold for Biodynamic Cheese

A community-owned biodynamic farm in Sussex, Old Plaw Hatch Farm, won awards for two of their cheeses at the Artisan Cheese Awards in May.  Plaw Hatch […]
21st May 2019

More Wins for Biodynamic Wines

Biodynamic winemakers at Laverstoke Park Farm have again been recognised with two podium finishes at the 2019 Independent English Wine Awards (IEWA). The farm, owned by […]