Biodynamic Agriculture Society of British Columbia


Stay Connected with the BC biodynamic Community

  • We are a diverse group of members that include: Farmers, Gardeners, Consumers, and Advocates and we all share a passion for healing our communities!


We are a Registered Charity.  Donations can be made through our online store

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BDASBC hosts biodynamic workshops:

Spring: In April we host a workshop where we make preps, host our annual general meeting, and share in a potluck dinner together.

Fall: in October we make the preps, bury 500, 502, 503, 504 & 505, dig out some 501 & 506, and share a potluck meal together.

Biodynamic Preparations

Check out this BD prep manual produced by the Biodynamic Federation Demeter:

"Biodynamic Preparation Manual 2020"


We also offer biodynamic preparations for sale through various farmers markets and through our website.


Healing the Earth through agriculture

Biodynamic agriculture is a holistic and sustainable approach to farming that focuses on the interconnectedness of all living things. It aims to create a self-sustaining ecosystem on the farm by promoting soil health, biodiversity, and the well-being of plants and animals. In biodynamic farming, farmers use natural methods to enhance soil fertility, such as composting, crop rotation, and cover cropping. They avoid the use of synthetic chemicals and rely on natural remedies to manage pests and diseases.

Biodynamic farmers also follow a special planting calendar based on lunar and cosmic rhythms. They believe that certain phases of the moon and planetary alignments affect plant growth and development. By aligning their activities with these rhythms, they believe they can optimize plant health and yield.  It views the farm as a living organism and emphasizes the use of preparations made from natural substances like herbs, minerals, and animal manure to enhance soil and plant vitality. Overall, biodynamic agriculture seeks to create a balanced and harmonious farm ecosystem that works in harmony with nature. It goes beyond organic farming by considering not just the physical aspects of farming but also the spiritual and cosmic dimensions.

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