We are proud to be a network partner for this wonderful event, especially as the venue is also the home of a fantastic biodynamic farm – Stroud Community Agriculture. A great weekend for all the family, see biodynamics in action and also meet the BDA and Seed Co-operative team on our lovely stand at the event!
Books, Seeds, Info and Advice will all be on hand.
Hawkwood’s Seed Festival returns this year to remind us that together, we are capable NOW of creating extraordinary change. This year’s huge line-up, which includes BBC’s Bruce Parry, Caroline Lucas, Tim Smit and Rob Hopkins, promises to be the best yet, and will be complimented by world-class music from Rising Appalachia, Seize the Day’s Shannon Smy, and BBC and Radio 4 Poet Matt Harvey.
With over 100 contributors, workshops, activities and exhibitions over the weekend, Seed Festival provides a fertile ground for festival-goers to explore their own personal connection to the earth and the challenges of environmental change through music, poetry, debate, nature and community connection. Hawkwood’s Seed Festival celebrates courageous leadership, and becomes a platform for creative expression.
Hawkwood is set in a biodynamic farm, with woodlands, country house, natural spring and grounds provides a wonderful setting to unwind, relax and be nourished in nature.