The 2019 Biodynamic Conference will be held at Waitawheta Camp, Waihi from the 26th to 28th April 2019. The programme for the conference is coming together and looks to be a thought-provoking weekend. As the title suggests, there… Read More
Conference registrations will be closing this weekend. Don’t miss out on a wonderful opportunity to hear some great speakers. Registrations can be made here.
Due to the success of the pre-conference workshop last year, we’re delighted to announce that we will again be hosting an introductory workshop before the 2018 Biodynamic Conference. This workshop will be held at Domaine Thomson Vineyard,… Read More
Introductory workshop, held at Domaine Thomson Vineyard, Cromwell, 21st June 2018.
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.
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.
“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.
“Small-scale, integrated biodynamic farming” was the theme of our 2015 Conference, held 22-24 May in Kerikeri, Northland.