Al Borde de la Vida - At The Edge of Life

Posted on Apr 20, 2020

Por Daniela Escudero: En mi sueño viviríamos en comunidad con familia y amigos, en paz y Harmonía. Yo sé, es un sueño un tanto grande. Pero para que soñar sino es en grande?

[English version below: In my dream, we would live in a community of family and friends in peace and harmony. I know, it’s a big dream. But why would you dream small dreams?]

Small-Scale Biodynamics Webinar Series - New earlier dates & by donation!

Posted on Apr 10, 2020

Are our current global circumstances inspiring you to get your hands in the soil and grow food in your garden, homestead, or small farm?

Reflections about Easter 2020 and Planting by the Moon

Posted on Apr 6, 2020

By Dewane Morgan: How using the moon phases in conjunction with the BD spray preparations has allowed me to adapt to local climate and growing conditions on a sandy loam soil in northcentral Minnesota

Finding and Addressing the Underlying Imbalance

Posted on Apr 3, 2020

By Thea Maria Carlson: If we think of the Earth as our farm individuality, and COVID-19 as the disease that has just shown up, how might the biodynamic perspective on pests and diseases be helpful?

Engaging Community in Times of Fear and Uncertainty

Posted on Mar 17, 2020

By Thea Maria Carlson: As a community dedicated to health and healing for Earth and humanity, how do we respond to this crisis, individually and collectively?

From a Member: Sharing Resources with the Community of Spiritual Agriculture

Posted on Mar 11, 2020

By Claudia J. Ford: Through the practices of biodynamic agriculture, we are encouraged to experience and substantiate our spiritual insights in the quality of our soil, the chemistry of our compost, the health of our animals, the taste of our foods and wines, and the healing properties of our sacred medicinal plants. For these reasons I thankfully renew my membership in the Biodynamic Association, and I urge others to join me.

From a Member: How Will You Cultivate the Future?

Posted on Feb 27, 2020

By Stewart Lundy: Even the most difficult times can form the salt and grit of collaborative action.