Everything you could possibly want to know about our 2017 conference is now online and live!
Newsflash! We’re thrilled to announce we’re hosting a pre-conference introduction to biodynamics: Bringing life to urban gardens.
There’s very little Hawke’s Bay resident and 2017 conference speaker Andy Black doesn’t know about growing veges and herbs. He’s also an expert at growing under glass.
Sydney-based Diane Watkin is the keynote speaker at this year’s conference. Here’s some information about Diane and her work.
Due to time constraints and other factors, our conference organising team is now down to just two people. This is putting huge pressure on them both.
The New Zealand Biodynamic Association’s 2017 conference will be held at Michael Park School, Ellerslie, Auckland on 19-21 May. This year’s theme is “Urban biodynamics: growing the future”.
Happy New Year! Deepen your understanding of biodynamics and its practical application in 2017 with these hands-on workshops—two in the South Island, one in the North.
Our Summer 2016/17 edition of Harvests is now available through selected retailers. In this issue, Anne Dodds looks at the relationship between art and gardens; David Wright contrasts and compares the scientific and philosophical worldviews behind chemical, organic… Read More
“The Biodynamic Preparations in Context — case studies of worldwide practice”. This substantial document features case studies from New Zealand practitioners Chris Hull and the Hohepa community; and Colin Ross and Wendy Tillman of Seresin Estate (Wendy’s radiant… Read More
“Why cows have horns” is a resource compiled by the cattle breeding group of the Swiss Biodynamic Association in conjunction with the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) and co-published by the NZ Biodynamic Association.