This is the Section for Agriculture's new learning platform, where we will offer various online courses from and with the Section and the whole movement. We hope to enrich the internationally and digitally available range of courses, and thus constructively counter the current situation, where a physical meeting is not always possible.
We aim to offer courses in which the background of biodynamic agriculture is conveyed in an understandable, up-to-date and practice-oriented way and which promote personal initiative and the joy of working for a healthy agriculture.
Participants' existing knowledge will be deepened and put into context. The course will explore both original sources and modern implementation and methodological tools. Participants will broaden their understanding of biodynamics and strengthen their ability to work independently with the Agriculture Course and biodynamic/goethean approaches.
We are looking forward to diving into spirit and matter together!
Associative Economics - How can we put it into practice? What needs to be transformed?
Individual process and group learning - online
Healthy nutrition and community – more than just a common meal
Community in the food system, to oneself, with the microbiome
with Dr. Jasmin Peschke and Lea Sprügel
The diverse role of animals and our responsibilty - How animals can enhance health and resilience of the land
Online course with Alysoun Bolger, Johannes Wirz and Jean-Michel Florin
Biodynamic Agriculture & Anthroposophy
Online course from the Section for Agriculture with Ueli Hurter and Jean-Michel Florin
Online course for biodynamic advisors: How to advice a conversion project (for Demeter certification)?
An online course with the Demeter advisor Dr. Reto Ingold. This online course has been developed for the accreditation requirements as Demeter Advisor…
Online course: The farm organism for planetary health
Online course from the Section for Agriculture with Lin Bautze & Jean-Michel Florin
Online course: Nutrition and Biodynamic Food Quality
Online course from the Section for Agriculture with Dr. Jasmin Peschke and others