11 – 14 February 2021
Call for source materials and photos – Rudolf Steiner‘s Agriculture Course
In 1924 Rudolf Steiner initiated biodynamic farming with a lecture course in Koberwitz (now: Kobierzyce, Poland). A new German edition of the course…
The cultural landscape reveals how we eat
Nutritionist Jasmin Peschke on the World Food Day 2020
Challenges and Perspectives of the Corona Crisis in the Agricultural and Food Industry
For many people in poorer regions and countries, the pandemic policies of governments have simply created a new hunger crisis, as there are many…
100 years of the Agricultural Course
Appeal: does anyone still have original documents from the estate of participants of Rudolf Steiner's Agricultural Course in Kobierzyce in June 1924?
Online: further training on ‘preparation plants’
In August, the Section for Agriculture at the Goetheanum piloted four further-training web seminars.
Biodynamic farming has developed fast and…
More than meets the eye: ‘Living Farms’ – farming cooperative ‘Limbua Group’ in Kenya
The Limbua Macadamia Group started off as a pioneer in establishing small-scale farming cooperatives. In the video series ‘Living Farms’, Lin Bautze…
Limbua Group in the Mount Kenya Region
The Limbua Initiative covers the Mount Kenya region where 5,000 small farmers produce valuable macadamia nuts under one umbrella organisation. Since…
René Piamonte crossed the threshold on Sunday 26th July 2020.
René Piamonte was a very important driving force in the biodynamic movement in South America. He was born in Columbia but was actually at home…
Multidimensional sustainability standard ‘Economy of Love’: Economy in tune with humanity and nature
There is no such thing yet as an uninterrupted, transparent and sustainable supply chain. By using ‘impacTrace’ to investigate the impact products…
Report of the Agriculture Conference 2020
Finding the Spirit in Agriculture
Book: Perspectives and Initiatives in the Times of Coronavirus
The School of Spiritual Science, with its headquarters at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland, has eleven sections that are active worldwide in…
Lin Bautze: Living Farms - Learning from each other worldwide
In the Living Farms project, Lin Bautze and Philip Wilson visit farms around the world to document their lives and opportunities for action and then…
Trainer & Teacher Conference – Documentation
In November last year around 80 participants from 27 countries assembled at the Goetheanum to discuss the various issues in biodynamic training and to…
Healthy food for healthy individuals
Jasmin Peschke, nutritional scientist from the Section for Agriculture, describes why biodynamically cultivated and produced food is especially…
Rudolf Steiner School Mbagathi in Nairobi
As soon as you arrive at the Rudolf Steiner School in Mbagathi all the traffic noise from the suburbs of Nairobi is left behind. You enter a safe…
The conferences, workshops and colloquia are opportunities for meeting in the Section.
Subject and professional groups, main working areas and projects
Besides biodynamic agriculture, history, literature recommendations, etc.
Everything about the Section for Agriculture, the team, international cooperation, recommendations, etc.
New date: 16-18th of November 2020
Due to the worldwide situation of ongoing insecurity related to traveling and meeting, we would like to split the yearly advisory meeting into 3 parts…
Breathing with the Climate Crisis – ecologically – socially – spiritually
TEACHING ANTHROPOSOPHY TODAY
Practices • Challenges • Paradigms For trainers, educators and instructors in Anthroposophic professional and vocational…
30 August to 2 September 2021, at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
Further information will follow