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 biodynamics.com 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.
|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||3 years 6 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||2 years 1 month 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||2 years 1 month ago||Subscribe to group|
|NABDAP Apprentice Community||
An online community for NABDAP apprentices to connect and share successes, challenges, and questions.
|Erin Schneider||1 year 10 months ago||Subscribe to group|
|NABDAP Mentor Farmer Community||
A meeting place to share strivings, struggles, triumphs, questions, and more regarding working as mentors and farmers, especially in the context of NABDAP.
|kaitlin@biodyna...||1 month 3 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||1 year 11 months ago||Subscribe to group|