Transforming the heart of agriculture means transforming how we think about and work with the soil. Biodynamics is a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach to farming and gardening that offers practical tools and insights to help us bring renewed health and vitality to soil, as well as the plants, animals, and people who depend on it.


Transforming the heart of agriculture means transforming our human relationships. As we recognize the history and current reality of racism and other forms of oppression, how can we contribute to building equity, inclusion, and true community within and connected to agriculture? Explore diverse agriculture traditions, new relationships and collaborations, and innovative approaches to the social and economic dimensions of farming.


Transforming the heart of agriculture means leveraging a diversity of tools to regenerate our earth, our communities, and our spirits. How can biodynamics, regenerative agriculture, permaculture, organic, agroecology, holistic management, natural medicine, associative economics, and the many other movements for positive change work together, and what unique perspectives can biodynamics add to the conversation?

Learn, discuss, and build community this fall at the 2018 Biodynamic Conference.

Hear from 80+ inspiring and thought-provoking speakers


Rowen White

Seed Keeper from the Mohawk Community of Akwesasne and Founder and Director of Sierra Seeds

Adriano Zago

Biodynamic Consultant, Agronomist, and Winemaker

Anne Biklé

Biologist and Co-Author of The Hidden Half of Nature

Sundeep Kamath

Board Secretary of the Biodynamic Association of India, Board Member of IFOAM Asia, and Organizing Committee Member of the 19th Organic World Congress

Learn practical skills and explore the principles of biodynamics and regenerative agriculture — whether you are new or experienced — in 60+ workshops


Contribute to the Conference

The call for proposals for adult workshops and research posters is now closed, but we are still accepting additional proposals for workshops and activities for children.

You can also play a critical role in the conference as a sponsor or exhibitor (link is external), sharing your wares, services, or educational offerings with the dynamic conference community. Contact Penny Molina at (link sends e-mail) or 262-649-9212 x 7 to learn more.

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Let us know, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. We hope to see you this November in Portland, Oregon!

Thank you to our conference photographer, Broken Banjo Photography (link is external)