The Wisdom of Sophia: Food Justice, Sacred Feminine, Sacred Agriculture — Part 1

Posted on Mar 21, 2019

By Claudia J. Ford: We are in a downward spiral that we are called on to transform to a sacred spiral.

Weaving a Global Fabric of Biodynamic Connection

Posted on Mar 13, 2019

By Thea Maria Carlson: My round-the-world journey was rich, full, and has brought many new ideas and inspirations back to my work in the US.

Fascines as Ecojewels of the Landscape

Posted on Mar 4, 2019

By Louis Laframboise: Rather than burning saplings and pruned branches or sending them to the compost pile where they take forever to decompose, or to noisy and smelly chippers, or to the landfill, they can be used on location in a wide range of applications.

Sowing Seeds, Harvesting History

Posted on Feb 27, 2019

By Anna McAvoy-Emrick: The other day, despite (or because of?) the snow on the ground outside and the teen-degree temperatures, my dad and I sowed onion seeds to begin our 2019 shared garden.

The Biggest Little Farm: Official Trailer

Posted on Jan 31, 2019

A testament to the immense complexity of nature, The Biggest Little Farm follows two dreamers and a dog on an odyssey to bring harmony to both their lives and the land. John and Molly Chester farm at Apricot Lane Farms, a certified Biodynamic and organic farm in Ventura County, California.

Organization as Organism

Posted on Jan 2, 2019

By Rebecca Reider: An interview with BDA Executive Director Thea Maria Carlson about communicating biodynamics and thinking of the organization as a living organism.

The Food Tells the Story

Posted on Dec 28, 2018

By Sally Voris: This year, I realized that making biodynamic preparation BD 500 develops intimacy the way good storytelling does. Storytellers sense edges, boundaries, and themes; they attend to the rigors of timing, flow, and nuance, connecting story and audience and conveying multiple levels of meaning.