Becoming a Biodynamic Farmer or Gardener: A Handbook for Prospective Trainees
This is a handbook for prospective trainees in biodynamic farming and gardening. It provides invaluable advice to those considering this career path, and includes sections on different training options, developing your own curriculum, arranging an internship or apprenticeship, and making the most of your training. Extensive appendices contain information on training opportunities worldwide, a skills checklist, keeping a farm journal, farm safety, and managing conflict.
About the Author
Malcolm Gardner trained in biology and botany and has studied anthroposophy, Goethean science, and biodynamics for 35 years. He was the editor and co-translator of Rudolf Steiner’s Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal of Agriculture (1993) and is currently working on a revised and expanded second edition. At present he also works in forestry, conducts research on biodynamic and related themes, and anchors the Hudson Valley Biodynamic Group.
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