Online Groups

Connect with other members of the biodynamic community to discuss questions of interest and share resources. Current groups include:

  • Biodynamic Educators Collaborative
  • Bridging Biodynamic Agriculture and Anthroposophic Medicine
  • Farm-Based Educators Inspired by Anthroposophy
  • NABDAP Apprentices
  • Urban Farming and Gardening

Biodynamic Initiative for the Next Generation (BING)

BING creates opportunities for the next generation of farmers, apprentices, educators, activists, and others inspired by biodynamics to connect, share, and learn from one another through an e-newsletter, a facebook group, local meetups, and regional and national gatherings.

Farm-Based Educators Inspired by Anthroposophy (FBEIBA)

FBEIBA cultivates collegiality, networking, and best practices for:

  • 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 Steiner's anthroposophy.

Regional Biodynamic Groups

Connect with biodynamic farmers, gardners, and others in your community to participate in a local gathering, find local advisors, and discover apprenticeship, training, or workshop opportunities. Group contacts are listed for the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Caribbean/Central America.

Fellowship of Preparation Makers

The mission of the Fellowship of Preparation Makers is to assure the availability, access, and quality of biodynamic preparations. Interest groups include education, conference planning, quality and testing, and availability and access.