Website Blog RSS

Biodynamic farming grew out of the deep concerns of a group of farmers in central Europe back in the 1920s. they had noticed an increasing degeneration in seed strains, in many cultivated plants, and their livestock. They approached scientist and philosopher Rudolf Steiner in 1924 seeking some insights and practical ideas to offset this decline.In the now-famous Agriculture Lecture to these farmers, Steiner pointed out that not only was the earth already in middle age but was declining in vitality as a result of the developing materialistic view of the earth as a resource for human beings to exploit. When...

Read more

STAY UP TO DATE

Submit your email to get updates on products and special promotions.