It is an exciting time in biodynamics, how will you get involved?


Reflections on the Oxford Real Farming Conference!

We loved being at the ORFC, with too many inspirational thoughts to mention them all.  But one that struck many chords was from the closing session: ‘Farming is a sacred and a political act.’ The recording is now available here, with the index of all of the available recordings on this page.


BDAC Soil Seminar

11th – 16th March at Abbey Home Farm, Gloucestershire, GL7 5HF

This short intensive course will include insights into soil, life, structure and chemistry with particular attention to forming humus and supporting fertility. The course will include classroom sessions, active observation and farm visits (to organic and biodynamic farms).

Tutors: Richard Gantlett, Joel Williams, Richard Thornton Smith and Kai Lange.

Venue: Abbey Home Farm

Cost: £490 with accommodation and lunches (it will be possible to prepare your own breakfasts and suppers at the venue kitchen; bring your own organic food!) or £300 for tuition only.

Accommodation is limited, so please book soon. For booking or more information, please contact: