What is organic and bio-dynamic agriculture? (2012)

Overall cost:
$45,950

Grant sought:
$45,950

Donations:
$45,950

Grant awarded:
$45,950

Why this project:
One of the objectives of OTARE is to educate people about organic and bio-dynamic agriculture. To that end, donations were received for a project to facilitate workshops, field days, briefings, seminars, symposia, and conferences.

Project goals:
These events were organised for community groups in rural and urban Australia to communicate the positive outcomes that can be achieved by changing community attitudes and actions to improve our physical and social environment through biodynamic agriculture. These briefings were directed to the needs and objectives of each group including the agricultural, environmental, health, social and economic benefits of organic agriculture in general, and biodynamic agriculture in particular.

Project outcome:
A number of extension events were held including,

One-day field days
Two-day workshops
Two-day workshops
Home gardener workshops
People involved:
The project was carried out by Biodynamics 2024.

Project completed:
June 2012