Biodynamic agriculture – La Chacra D´dago

My father Dagoberto Marin, was a conventional farmer for more than 50 years never reaching sustainability In 2006 he learned about biodynamic agriculture and it was like a new awakening This is his work. Because we already stopped producing food and feeling proud The lifecycle of our coffee starts at the nursery the little plant […]

Farming Sustainably with Regenerative Agriculture | Restoring Paradise

I think a spiritual journey goes on hand-in-hand with an environmental one. Which I guess has got me personally to an understanding that life is about service. You know we’re blessed to have this farm and so how do we use this for the greater good? It’s a traditional sheep and cattle farm, it’s 610 […]

Farmhouse visits Farmer Jules from Piper’s Creek Grove, Dondingalong Organic Bushfoods

Piper’s Creek Grove is an Australian certified organic bushfood plantation in the mid north coast of New South Wales. The family business run by Jules has been operating, producing it’s Dondingalong organic bushfoods for nearly fifteen years. Jules what got you into growing Australian bushfoods? Well, my father did actually. He purchase all these plants […]

Visible Farmer Episode 4: THE ACCIDENTAL FARMER / Ketut Bassett, organic farmer, Carnarvon WA

Hi, I’m Ketut Bassett. A biodynamic organic farmer.We grow more than 20 types of tropical fruitand I truly love what I do.– Very clever. –– I can’t do that. –I grew up in Bali doing rice with my family.– You have to teach me how to do a cart-wheel. –As a young girl, no, I […]

Farmhouse visits Stephen Walter from Burrum Biodynamics

you’ve probably heard the term biodynamics it’s a spiritual, cultural and ethical approach to food production and nutrition. First developed in the nineteen-twenties, the biodynamics movement encompasses thousands of gardens, farms and vineyards in all shapes and sizes across the world and Australia. And to really understand how I biodynamic farm works you’ve got a […]