Please Join Me in Supporting Scholarships for the Biodynamic Conference

Posted on Oct 1, 2018

Thea Maria Carlson: Since I began working with the Biodynamic Association in 2011, one of my greatest joys has been co-organizing the North American Biodynamic Conference, an incredible gathering that has grown to more than 800 participants from across the Americas and around the world.

Autumn Light

Posted on Sep 20, 2018

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 Association Launches Project to Foster Cross-Cultural Exchange Between Biodynamic, Traditional, and Indigenous Farmers and Earth Stewards

Posted on Sep 18, 2018

A new project of the Biodynamic Association will focus on bridging biodynamic, traditional, and Indigenous agricultural communities across the Americas, with support from a grant from the Seeds, Soil and Culture Fund.

The Flowering of the Universe

Posted on Aug 30, 2018

By Delmar McComb: When studying the natural world, one soon becomes conscious of the fact that metamorphic and evolutionary processes are occurring all the time at every level of creation.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Biodynamic Association

Posted on Aug 28, 2018

By Thea Maria Carlson: This month marks an important moment for the Biodynamic Association and the biodynamic community throughout North America. We are excited to share that after months of development, the Board of Directors and staff of the Biodynamic Association (BDA) have adopted a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement....

Biodynamic Handprints

Posted on Jun 22, 2018

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.

In Memory of Peter Proctor

Posted on Jun 19, 2018

By Ted Lemon: With Peter’s passing, the biodynamic community loses one of the key keepers of the biodynamic flame during the period after World War II.