Autumn Light


By Darby Weaver: I’ve just reached September in what has been one of the toughest Southern summers of growing that I can remember. Although the air is still hot and sticky on my skin, I can feel a deep coolness condensing in my bones. The goldenrod has set fire to the hillsides and the trees will soon follow.

Biodynamic Handprints


By Jon Biemer: As one of the Biodynamic Association’s newest members, I would like to share why I joined. First, I will share where I’m coming from.

Reflections on Biodynamics and Organics


By Anthony Mecca Originally published in Great Song Farm's CSA Newsletter This past weekend I was at the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) Summer Conference in Amherst, MA, exhibiting for and connecting folks...

My Introduction to Homeodynamics with Enzo Nastati


By Stone Hunter When I arrived at Sustainable Settings in Carbondale, Colorado, in March 2015 for the continuation of my North American Biodynamic Apprenticeship (NABDAP) training, I landed into a world of shifting perspectives and...

Sacred Farming, a Collaboration with the Earth


By Jessie Crow Mermel Originally posted on the Angelic Organics Learning Center Blog (Jan. 18, 2017) “Farms are the places where we negotiate our relationship with nature,” explained Tom Spaulding,...

Benefits of a Biodynamic Education


Originally published by RSF Social Finance in the Winter 2016 RSF Quarterly Abbot Hill in Wilton, New Hampshire, is home to High Mowing School , a Waldorf boarding high school, and Temple-Wilton Community Farm, one of...