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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 […]
12th March 2019

Our patron, Patrick Holden, talks to Borough Market about nutritional food quality, climate change, biodiversity catastrophe and the breakdown of civil society

Biodynamic Association Patron, Patrick Holden, talked to Borough Market this month about why the food we produce, like biodynamic food, needs to be of high nutritional […]
13th March 2019

Hear about the importance of involving young children in growing food in this month’s episode of Farmera Radio

In this month’s episode of the always excellent Farmera Radio, you can hear about, what Biodynamic Growers know, is the power of growing and gardening to […]
10th April 2019

Over the Moon: Contemporary Biodynamics & Beyond

As someone who cares about the environment, I’m thankful for biodynamic farming. And as someone who cares about wine, I’m pretty happy with it, too. So, […]
10th April 2019

UK Consumers Want More Organic Everything!

The organic sector is booming in the UK, with consumers now spending almost £45 million a week on organic products, up +5.3% in the last year, […]
18th April 2019

The Biodynamic Association teams up with Eating Better

Eating Better is an alliance of over 50 organisations accelerating action for less and better meat and dairy for health, environment, animal welfare and social justice, […]
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 […]