Pendragon Specialties is a proud supporter of the BDA providing machinery for sustainable
farming including stirring machines for the unique Bio-Dynamic stirring process, ergonomic work
carts that make intensive crop growing humanly sustainable, nut processing machinery,
cultivating equipment and design/build services. We help farmers work better to live better.
The Camphill communities in North America are part of an international movement of intentional communities that bring together individuals of all abilities through a combination of community life, the arts and work on the land where the recognition of each individual’s contributions offer a model of renewal for the wider society.
Vermont Compost Company was founded by organic crop growing professionals to meet the need for high quality composts and compost based, living soil mixes for certified organic plant production. We are committed to helping our customers produce vigorous plants with organic methods, striving to provide the best technical assistance possible to ensure your success in our products.
RSF Social Finance offers investing, lending and giving services that generate positive social and environmental impact while fostering community and collaboration among participants. Since 1984, RSF has made over $275 million in loans and $130 million in grants to non-profit and for-profit social enterprises in the areas of Food & Agriculture, Education & the Arts, and Ecological Stewardship.
Yggdrasil Land Foundation’s purpose is to protect sustainable and biodynamic farmland, create land access for farmers, and cultivate agriculture-based regional economies. YLF owns land and manages conservation easements in three regions of the United States: Southeastern Wisconsin, Southern New Hampshire, and Northern California. YLF is a supporting organization to the Biodynamic Association (WI), Michael Fields Agricultural Institute (WI), and RSF Social Finance (CA).
Hawthorne Valley Farm is located on a 400+-acre biodynamic farm with dairy herd, small animals, vegetable gardens that serve 4 CSA groups and 5 Greenmarkets, on-site creamery, bakery, and lacto-fermented artisan food production, Hawthorne Valley includes diverse place-based learning opportunities from an early childhood through 12th grade independent day school to summer camps and afterschool programs, and ecological and social research initiatives as well as artistic studies.