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13th December 2016

New Year Offer – Super charge your gardening in 2017

Buy a membership to the Biodynamic Association (£35) for you or your family or friends and as a bonus present, we are offering Monty Waldin’s definitive […]
31st October 2016

On trend: appreciation of why cosmic forces / the natural rhythm of the planets produces quality wines

It was a hot, late summer evening in Tuscan wine country — and, unexpectedly, I was getting a lesson in astrology. Inside a grid of cool, […]
28th October 2016

Biodynamic Wines: A thirst for knowledge

With sales in organic and biodynamic wine rocketing, wine expert Monty Waldin reveals that people are eager to know how their favorite vintages are produced – […]
25th October 2016

Patrick Holden, Patron of Biodynamic Association speaks at regenerative agriculture conference” Every Family Needs A Farmer: 3LM 4th November, Cumbria

Join with farmers, consumers, and professionals from around-the-world to collaborate for the provision of quality meat, dairy, wool and leather. As a member of the global […]
5th October 2016

Composting the biodynamic way – learn the techniques and tips to create your own “black gold” with biodynamic gardener Julie Moore

Building fertile soil to grow healthy productive plants must be the ultimate goal of any gardener. Biodynamic gardeners use special techniques to do this. Explore how […]
23rd September 2016

Ruskin Mill Land Trust’s Biodynamic Training

Ruskin Mill Land Trust’s Biodynamic Training Programme Growing the Land, Growing People Ruskin Mill Land Trust’s Biodynamic Training Programme is a practical training in Biodynamic Agriculture, […]
23rd September 2016

The biodynamic preparations – Case studies of worldwide practice

The scientific report “The biodynamic preparations in context: Individual approaches to preparation work. Case-studies of worldwide practice.” portrays 14 preparation makers from all over the world, […]
24th August 2016

Seeds for Life: Open – pollinated seeds are the key to sustainabilty. Want some practical seed saving advice? Read on ..

Saving your own seed is easy. If you save seed from all the plants which do well in your garden each year, your seed collection will […]