What is Biodynamics?
Biodynamics (“biological-dynamics”) is a method of organic agriculture based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner. The principles of organics and biodynamics rethink conventional approaches to land management, soil management, food production, and animal care. Biodynamics came out of a series of lectures Rudolf Steiner presented in the 1920s when a group of farmers approached him for advice. Biodynamics began in New Zealand in the late 20s when it was used in the management of a farm in Hawke’s Bay. The systems and processes of biodynamic farming continue to be used in gardens and farms around New Zealand and internationally.