Biodynamic initiative for the next generation – Nordic



Through an innovative three-year program, BINGN is cultivating the next generation of biodynamic farmers for the Nordic region. We are farming for the future, for the soil, for the health and well-being of humans and non-humans, and the planet we share.

BINGN brings new life and inspiration to the existing international biodynamic community, building networks and increasing sustainability.

Our Vision

Our aim in the coming years is to continue to develop our program and the wider biodynamic network through:

●   Improving and developing biodynamic farms and farming
●   Developing the program through the new foundation year
●   Cooperating with young “green” farmers
●   Becoming a voice in public discourse

Our Mission

We want to enable apprentices to acquire the skills, knowledge and understanding to work confidently and independently with the various aspects of biodynamic agriculture.

Create a foundation for developing an independent understanding of the role of agriculture for earth, nature and the human society.

Our Team

Anne is part of the team managing Fokhol Gård, a biodynamic farm in Norway, where she is responsible for the vegetable production.

In BINGN she is coordinating especially the first year of the program and she will reply by email in case you have any questions regarding the BINGN program.

Anne Dirsch –

Ludovica is a former BINGN student, she works as a gardener at Solhatt (Norway), a small company that grows and sells organic and biodynamic seeds.

Together with her partner and their three children, she is building up the smallhold they own into a warm place to live and an organic-biodynamic farm organism.

In BINGN she has the task of mentoring the students and following them in their personal development.

Ludovica Ansaloni –

Cord is one of the farmers on Alm Østre. There he is responsible for the grain production and the dairy processing.

In BINGN he is coordinator of the second year program, and responsible for administration.

Cord Culeman –