The Goetheanum School of Spiritual Science from Switzerland is now offering new online training courses and podcasts in the field of biodynamic agriculture. The science-based perspective of biodynamic agriculture is gaining popularity around the world. Not only does it offer high yields for anyone who applies it on their farm or garden plot in their garden, it's also good for the planet!
Online course: Planetary health, a biodynamic perspective
The Deepen Biodynamics online course offered by the Section of Agriculture at the Goetheanum shows that biodynamically cultivated soils can cope better with extreme events such as drought stress due to their higher humus content.
What: The farm organism for planetary health: A biodynamic perspective on climate change, ecological balance and the responsibility of farmers for our agricultural future
When: 12 September to 3 October 2022
Course description: In this online course the essential aspects of the biodynamic core concept will be presented and discussed. In addition to theoretical background knowledge, the course will pay special attention to presenting methods, tools and mindsets from worldwide biodynamic practice.This course is designed to support people who work in the field of biodynamic agriculture, and in particular advisory services, training, coordination or research. As the course is practice-oriented, farmers or people working in agricultural or environmental organisations are also highly welcome. More details can be found here.
Podcast: Living Farms, biodynamic perspectives worldwide
Have you always wanted to find out what actually underlies biodynamic agriculture, how the research on this is carried out, how it has developed and who is currently leading the movement? Or are you interested in how biodynamic ideas such as the agricultural organism, land-based animal husbandry and the training of perception are currently put into practice in different parts of the world?
Then you have come to the right place. These podcasts are intended for all those who are curious to learn more about biodynamic agriculture and its approaches to solving our present-day problems.
Head over here to listen to some of the world’s most up-to-date podcasts on biodynamic farming