Some of our students like our Biodynamic Agriculture Training programme because they learn all the practical aspects such as soil fertility, how to produce better crops and healthier herds, and how to support greater diversity and balanced ecosystems. Others like it because the land-based training encourages personal growth and a deeper connection with nature through Reflective Practice.
No matter which aspect appeals to you, it's a big commitment. You have to devote yourself mind body and soul to your 2 or 3 years on-farm training, but you will be rewarded with deeper knowledge about a sustainable agronomic system and a whole lot more. We are accepting applications now for a limited number of students for the 2019 intake (our training farms are based in W Cape).
Emailtraining@bdaasa.org.za for a Prospectus.