Ecodynamic Community Benefit Society Limited will be launched at Stroud Brewery, Phoenix Works, Thrupp, London Road, Stroud, GL5 2BU at 2pm on 25 January 2013.
We held the first BDLT member’s day at Rush Farm, hosted by Chris Burdett, Adrian, Ann and Sebastian Parsons with informative talks and a farm walk. Members’ questions for the day included: What working models are there of viable BD farming and enterprise? How can effective leadership and trusteeship be developed/ passed on? How can […]
The BDLT is working with Elysia to set up Stockwood Community Benefit Society which will purchase Stockwood Business Park and Rush Farm from the current owners, the Elysia Partnership, in order to secure Rush Farm as a biodynamic holding in perpetuity.
The day is aimed at CSAs who need money, communities interested in buying land for farming and biodynamic farmers – particularly relevant for groups incorporated as Industrial and Provident Societies
The Biodynamic Land Trust (BDLT) has just bought Brambletye Fields near Forest Row, East Sussex for putting into trust. This is the first farmland put into trust by the BDLT and it is now leased to the biodynamic Tablehurst Community Farm.