The Biodynamic Agricultural College (BDAC) offers this course several times a year. We have timed the NZ workshops to take place before and after the online study so that you’ll have both a practical and a theoretical experience.
If you have any difficulties with registration, please email the NZ course coordinator Andy Black on firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that you must register for Nourish to Flourish first.
Immediately following our ‘ Breaking Ground’ workshop (14–15 October), the online course will go ‘live’ on Monday 16 October.
This distance-learning course is designed for anyone interested in biodynamic agriculture. Offered as a 20-hour mix of live seminars, video recording and guided reading over four weeks. No prior learning is required. All that is needed is 5 hours per week and a good internet connection. Each week’s information becomes available only at the close of the previous week.
—From the BDAC website
Our NZ course coordinator will also participate online to assist and contribute where required.
When we reconvene for our ‘ Emergence’ weekend (18–19 November) we’ll have the opportunity to discuss what we’ve experienced online.
The seminars in this week are not taught by a single individual but are composed of presentations and conversations with farmers. The aim is to give you a flavour of how biodynamic agriculture works on the ground, on different continents and in a variety of situations. It includes:
We hope you learn a lot from this course and we look forward to meeting you at our first workshop on 15-16 October! Remember, if you have any questions, contact Andy (NZ course coordinator) at email@example.com