Contact regional biodynamic groups to connect with others, receive local advisory referrals, and find out about apprenticeship, training, and meeting/workshop opportunities in your area.

Visit our forums to browse job, internship, apprenticeship, and land opportunity postings; find resources related to COVID-19; or post in General Discussion on the topic of your choice. 

Find out about biodynamic and other regenerative agriculture events happening in your area and around the continent on our calendar of events. You can also add events you are involved with. 

The mission of the Fellowship of Preparation Makers is to ensure that good quality biodynamic preparations are available now and into the future throughout North America. The Fellowship (previously called the Future of the Preparations) is an informal, vital, and growing group that has emerged in the cultural/spiritual sphere of biodynamic agriculture.

How can one begin to understand the mysterious life quality of the soil and how it manifests through time? All are invited to participate in this shared exploration by making observations of their garden or farm soils on a monthly basis over the course of a growing season with a specific protocol. 

Join the active and growing Biodynamic Community (link is external) private group on Facebook to connect, share information, and learn from others interested in biodynamics. (Approval required to join, but will be granted quickly.)

Meet and connect with others throughout the Americas (Central, South, North, and Caribbean), discuss biodynamics in the context of the American continent, and share heart stories about working with biodynamics in different regions.

Biodynamics Around the World

Biodynamic certification for farms and products is managed worldwide by Demeter International (link is external). Find websites and contact information for their members and guest members here.

Sektion fur Landwirtschaft (link is external), or the Agriculture Section, at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland, provides meeting points for people who are looking for an anthroposophical, spiritual-scientific deepening in agriculture, fosters connections and relationships, and describes and leads to an understanding of the various backgrounds and relevance of an anthroposophical, biodynamic farming. 

Social Media & E-News

Connect with us and stay up to date with what's happening in the biodynamic community through our Facebook (link is external), Twitter (link is external), Instagram (link is external), and YouTube (link is external) pages and by subscribing to our e-news.

Yggdrasil Land Foundation (link is external) is a new form of land trust whose purpose is to catalyze the viability of biodynamic, organic, and sustainable farming for food security and the health of communities through land access for farmers, stewardship, and renewal. Yggdrasil receives gifts of agricultural land and other convertible properties and also partners with local initiatives to support the purchase of land or conservation easements.

Network and connect with others involved in education of children, youth, or adults; utilizing a farm, garden, or some type of food production; and inspired by Waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture, or Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophy.

Network and collaborate with other BDA members and find farms, biodynamic groups, businesses, and others who share your interests or region through the Biodynamic Directory. (Available to all BDA membership levels.)