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Interest Groups and Learning Communities

Biodynamic Association online groups offer a platform to connect with other members of the biodynamic community to discuss questions of interest and share resources.

In order to join a group, you must log in or create a account. You can do so at the top of this page, or after clicking "Subscribe to group" below.

Members of the Biodynamic Association may also initiate new groups. Apply to start a new group.

All participants in the online groups are subject to the terms and conditions of use. If you have any questions about groups, please email

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Biodynamic Educators Collaborative

The Biodynamic Educators Collaborative is a coming together of peers, a way to collaborate and share, identify and nurture best practices, and encourage a deepening and cross-fertilization of philosophy, principles and practices among biodynamic educators.

Thea Maria Carlson 2 years 2 months ago Subscribe to group
Bridging Biodynamic Agriculture and Anthroposophic Medicine

Farmers, health practitioners and others with a strong foundation in biodynamics or anthroposophic medicine are invited to explore the connections between these two fields. We are working with questions such as: What are the key overlaps or areas of activity bridging biodynamic agriculture and...

Melissa Greer 9 months 3 weeks ago Subscribe to group
Farm-Based Educators Inspired by Anthroposophy

People who are involved in education of children, youth, or adults (but not professional farmer training); utilizing a farm, garden or some type of food production; and inspired by Waldorf Education, Biodynamic Agriculture, or Rudolf Steinter's Anthroposophy.

Erin Schneider 9 months 2 days ago Subscribe to group
NABDAP Apprentices

An online community for NABDAP apprentices to connect and share successes, challenges, and questions. 

Erin Schneider 6 months 2 weeks ago Subscribe to group
Urban Farming & Gardening

An online community for gardeners and farmers from urban and suburban areas to share successes, challenges and questions -- agricultural, cultural, social, and economic -- related to growing food in these contexts.

Erin Schneider 7 months 5 days ago Subscribe to group