The 34-acre farm near Totnes established on land secured by the Biodynamic Land Trust in September 2015, is now fully operational. Designed and run by the Apricot Centre applying biodynamic and permaculture principles, the farm achieved full biodynamic status in 2018. THE FARM There are now ten acres of field vegetables, six polytunnels of fruit…Continue reading Huxhams Cross Farm
Gabriel Kaye gave a presentation on Soil, Biodynamics and Hammonds Farm at A Stroud Tranistion Towns film evening on Soil…..here is the PDF of her presentation below, and her starting words. It makes a fascinating story….Continue reading Soils and Biodynamic Farming: Presentation At Stroud Transition Town
Soils are essential to the ecosystems on which we rely – yet the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that a third of all soils are degraded – due to erosion, compaction, salinization, nutrient depletion, acidification, pollution and other processes caused by unsustainable land management. At this event, Transition Stroud explores these issues and solutions – and the role soils could play in climate change….Continue reading Celebrating Soil: Film and Discussion Sunday 8th November Lansdown Hall
Do you want to systematically research and clearly communicate what you are doing on your own plot?
This blended learning course (approved by the BDA Board of Studies) is now recruiting its second cohort for an October 2015 start. …Continue reading New MA In AgroEcology