Biodynamic Agriculture Society of British Columbia, BDASBC

Biodynamic Agriculture Is Regenerative Agriculture

Healing the Earth Through Agriculture

Biodynamic agriculture is a holistic, sustainable, regenerative farming approach focusing on the interconnectedness of all living things. It aims to create a self-sustaining ecosystem by promoting soil health, biodiversity, and the well-being of plants and animals.


Farmers and gardeners use natural methods like composting, crop rotation, and cover cropping to enhance soil fertility and avoid synthetic chemicals, relying on natural remedies for pest and disease management.


Biodynamics also follows a special planting calendar based on lunar and cosmic rhythms, with the understanding that moon phases and planetary alignments affect plant growth.


By aligning their activities with these rhythms, they aim to optimize plant health and yield.


Viewing the farm as a living organism, they use preparations made from natural substances like herbs, minerals, and animal manure to enhance soil and plant vitality.


Biodynamic agriculture seeks to create a balanced, harmonious farm ecosystem that works with nature, considering not just physical but also spiritual and cosmic dimensions.

Commitment to Restoring Soil Health

The Industrialization of agriculture has destroyed much of our farmland in Canada.  Through Regenerative Agriculture practices like Biodynamics, we can restore soil health across our great country, continent, and planet.


BDASBC is a Registered Charity.  Your membership and donations help us heal the soil and planet earth by sharing the knowledge of biodynamics through workshops, videos, BD preps and more. Donations can be made through our online store

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