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24th October 2018

10 things worth knowing about biodynamic farming

Licensed in over 60 countries worldwide, biodynamic farming is a method of organic farming and gardening with a specific holistic and spiritual approach to growing food […]
9th October 2018

Healthy plants, healthy people and sustainable business – the future is biodynamic! Wisdom Hub TV visits Weleda

WisdomHub.tv visited the Weleda gardens, to meet the Head Gardener, Claire Hattersley and the Managing Director, Jayn Sterland, to learn about biodynamic principles for plant and […]
20th August 2018

Agricology & Biodynamics: Information and resources.

Practical, sustainable farming, regardless of labels. Agricology is a growing community of farmers and researchers sharing knowledge to work towards more resource efficient, resilient and profitable […]
17th April 2018

How biodynamic vineyard management is proving to be a sell-out success for Albury Vineyard

When it comes to producing quality wines, Albury Organic Vineyard has picked up many gold awards along the way. Editor of Vineyard Magazine, Victoria Rose, finds […]
13th March 2018

A first: Waterford Distillery’s biodynamic whiskey

Waterford Distillery is the brainchild of Mark Reynier – the man behind the comeback of Islay’s Bruichladdich. In 2016,  it distilled Ireland’s first organic whisky, it’s […]
13th March 2018

Feed your Soil – The biochar revolution

Executive Chairman of Carbon Gold, Craig Sams explains why biochar is so beneficial for soil health and looks at the positive effects it has had on […]
31st January 2018

Look what’s trending? Gardenista on all things biodynamic

The ideas that Austrian philosopher and edible gardener Rudolf Steiner proposed nearly a century ago to nourish soil—he recommended burying stag bladders full of flowers, animal […]
9th January 2018

Biodynamic Wine in Wales – Farmerama Radio talk to David Morris about his vineyard

Biodynamic vines, Catalonian chickens & medicinal plants from Rarmerama Radio  – Sharing the voices of smaller scale farmers Farmerama radio session #29 talks to young Welsh […]