35 results found for: bees

My Patch: Welsh Heaven

Many members will enjoy Charles’ posts on our Facebook group. A seasoned gardener, he shares his story and how biodynamics is bringing something extra to his […]

Seasonal Tips:March,April, May

What you sow you reap is our theme for spring  – investing time and energy in preparing, sowing and planting will bring you rich rewards for […]

The Potential Consequences of Human Microwave Radiation on Wildlife

There is currently a lot of hysteria in the media about coronavirus and mobile phone masts. So it is timely that the April 2020 issue of […]

Your seasonal & practical biodynamic gardening know-how library

The latest topics are at the top of the list for your convenience We really appreciate all the info and wisdom from Hans Gunther, our biodynamic […]

The Rise of Biodynamic Beekeeping in Israel

In Israel, a movement of bee-lovers has developed in recent years, promoting beekeeping in a natural way in a biodynamic approach, which is a holistic, ecologically […]

UPDATED: How to respond to the UK Gene-Editing Consultation before 17th March

UPDATE: Our friends at both GM Freeze and Beyond GM have produced simple guides on how best to respond to the Government consultation. Use their information […]

Sensitive Beekeeping – Practicing Vulnerability and Nonviolence with your Backyard Beehive, Jack Bresette Mills


An approach to small-scale beekeeping which results in healthier, more sustainable hives and a physically, mentally and spiritually transformed beekeeper.

Observing Nature’s Secret – Practical Exercises for Perceiving Soul and Spirit, Roger Druitt


How can one progress from the ordinary, everyday vision of the senses to a perception of the subtle life- and spiritual forces around us – the very forces that shape nature?

Basing his work on the research of both J. W. Goethe and Rudolf Steiner, Roger Druitt begins with the fundamental question, ‘What can you see?’ He presents a series of practical exercises for observing nature which, through diligent practise, allow for the maturation of subtle capacities of perception. Considering multiple species of leaves, for example, leads to the concept of ‘leaf’ itself. After this basic groundwork is established, steps can be taken towards a comprehension of further aspects, such as metamorphosis, gesture and type.