Our members include farmers, processors, orchardists, commercial growers and home gardeners.
We aim to produce healthy soil, vigorous plants and nutritious food for humans and animals.
The biodynamic association, in addition to the subscription of its membership, relies on the generosity of the public to continue the pursuit of a Biodynamic New Zealand. This includes the marketing, education and promotion of biodynamic understanding and practices, in addition to campaigns on such issues as GE and GMO…
The 2014 New Zealand Biodynamic Conference. Speakers shared a cornucopia of thought-provoking perspectives at this year’s annual biodynamic conference. The conference was held in Palmerston North, from Friday, May 23 until Sunday, May 25. The keynote speakers at this year’s conference were Steffen and… Read More
After 18 months of Peter’s spraying programme, Mike is delighted with the results. Grass production has improved so much in quantity and quality that Mike is able to keep more cows on the farm and make plenty of… Read More
Smallholders learn the basics of all things sheepish from Ian Henderson. Each year, over the last three years, I’ve organized seminars at my place in the Murawai Valley, inviting speakers and the local community. The district is about 35km north… Read More