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At Rudolf Steiner College, biodynamics is both practiced and taught, bringing health and wholeness to the land and the community.
As a center for biodynamic education, we proudly offer a comprehensive selection of biodynamic workshops and events, evening study groups, a biodynamic farm internship program, farm visits for school children, garden tours and volunteer days. Students enrolled at the college also participate in a variety of biodynamic educational activities, including classes and garden work.
Information about these offerings can be found in our brochure which contains details, dates, fees and where to regiser. Questions about biodynamics? Please email us at email@example.com. For information on our upcoming events, workshops and conferences, please email ConferenceRegistration@steinercollege.edu.
At the heart of Rudolf Steiner College sits Raphael Garden, our 3-acre, Demeter-certified biodynamic farm. Founded in 1987, the farm supports seasonal fruit, year-round vegetables, a large seed saving operation, farm animals and natural beekeeping, in a beautiful, serene setting.
The farm is a model of biodynamics in action:
Biodynamics is an agricultural method developed from indications given in 1924 in a series of lectures by Rudolf Steiner. It laid the foundation for a new way of thinking about the relationship of the Earth and the formative forces of Nature. Biodynamics became the first organized organic approach to farming.
The ideal is for a Biodynamic farm to be a self-sufficient organism, enlivened by the biodynamic practitioner through the use of compost and spray preparations in cooperation with natural rhythms. The results of biodynamic agriculture are found in the quality of the produce, the health of the land and the livestock, and the independence from damaging modern agriculture practices with their use of herbicides, fertilizers and pesticides. Biodynamics is a way of living, working and relating to nature and the vocation of agriculture. It is based on healthy common-sense practices, consideration of the uniqueness of each landscape, and the inner development of the biodynamic practitioner.
|Growing Plants for Health and Nutrition||Dennis Klocek||Wednesdays: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, Jan 4, 11||$40 for individual classes, $160 for package of 5, free for RSC garden interns|
|Biodynamic Perspectives #5: Animal Husbandry||Marney Blair and Lisa Bjorn||Saturday, January 28, 2017||$75|