Cocreating a New, Inclusive, and Cohesive Biodynamic Organization

Posted on Feb 10, 2021

By the Unification Nucleus Group: As we begin the new year, we are excited to be witnessing and participating in the cocreation of a new entity that has been long in the making—97 years after Rudolf Steiner gave the Agriculture Course in Koberwitz, 83 years after the founding of the Biodynamic Association in the U.S., and 36 years after the founding of Demeter USA and the Josephine Porter Institute.

Transition and Transformation, Part 2

Posted on Feb 2, 2021

By Osiris Abrego Plata: I am honored and humbled to serve the unification process of the Biodynamic Association and Demeter USA in collaboration with my colleague David Byrnes. Continuing this meaningful work is a commitment that we take on with great appreciation to those who have helped weave this vision together with thoughtful and heartfelt intent.

BDA Leadership Transition and Transformation

Posted on Ene 25, 2021

By Thea Maria Carlson: The climate crisis literally arrived on my doorstep this fall, as a raging wildfire devastatingly burned the land and community I call home, Monan's Rill, in late September. Through the dramatic and unexpected transformation of this wildfire, I have come to the poignant realization that it is time for me to transition out of leadership of the Biodynamic Association.

The Idea of the Farm As an Individuality

Posted on Oct 16, 2020

By Andrew Lorand: Excerpts from a new compilation of Dr. Lorand's writings on biodynamics.

Salima Taylor Shares the Value of Scholarships

Posted on Sep 30, 2020

Salima Taylor

In preparing for the Online Biodynamic Conference, the time is perfect for making a small (or large!) gift to the Biodynamic Scholarship Fund. Salima Taylor, after receiving scholarship funds to attend the 2019 conference, has found a healing way forward during this tough year.

Transforming Society from the Roots — The Threefold Nature of Our Work

Posted on Ago 31, 2020

By Seth Jordan: When we look to Rudolf Steiner’s work for help in social and societal transformation, we find that his focus in this work is primarily on society itself — understanding the living, dynamic lawfulness of the “social organism.”

Observations from the Farm

Posted on Ago 13, 2020

By Randy Buresh: Living in harmony with the land is what we are proud to do