In addition to organizing the North American Biodynamic Conference (link is external), the Biodynamic Association exhibits at other conferences and partners with regenerative and organic agricultural organizations to curate, organize, or present biodynamic workshops around the continent and beyond.

We will continue to add events as information becomes available.

2018 Events


The Agriculture Course: An Intensive Study of the Origins
and Future of Biodynamics (link is external)

Jan. 12-15 at the Pfeiffer Center, Chestnut Ridge, NY

Including a conversation session with Thea Maria Carlson

Biodynamic Principles and Practices

Jan. 21 at the SHED, Healdsburg, CA

Presentation by Thea Maria Carlson

EcoFarm Conference (link is external)

Jan. 24-27 in Pacific Grove, CA

Including biodynamic presentations, discussion group, mixer, and BDA/BDANC exhibit table


Fellowship of Preparation Makers Conference: The Biodynamic Compost Preparations

Feb. 9-11 at Long Hungry Creek Farm, Red Boiling Springs, TN

Sponsored by the BDA

Tri-State Local Food Summit (link is external)

Feb. 10 at Sinsinawa Mound Center, WI

Visit the BDA table

Organic Seed Growers Conference (link is external)

Feb. 14-17 in Corvallis, OR

Including a workshop on "Growing Strong Seed the Biodynamic Way" and BDA exhibit table

Oregon Small Farms Conference (link is external)

Feb. 24 in Corvallis, OR

Including a biodynamic workshop track and BDA, Oregon Biodynamic Group, and Demeter exhibits

MOSES Organic Farming Conference (link is external)

Feb. 22-24 in La Crosse, WI

Visit the BDA/Viroqua Biodynamic Group exhibit table


SteinerBooks Spiritual Research Seminar (link is external)

Mar. 16-18 in Harlemville, NY

Sponsored by the BDA



International Biodynamic Wine Conference (link is external)

May 6-7 in San Francisco, CA

Sponsored by the BDA


New Zealand Biodynamic Conference (link is external)

June 20 in New Zealand

Presentation by Thea Maria Carlson






North American Biodynamic Conference

Nov 14-18 in Portland, OR

Join us in the Pacific Northwest for an inspirational and informative gathering of 700-1000 farmers, gardeners, vintners, entrepreneurs, educators, researchers, activists, and enthusiasts from the region, across North America, and around the world