ABOUT

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
●   Creating a digital learning platform
●   Cooperating with young “green” farmers
●   Becoming a voice in public discourse

our mission

We want to enable the apprentices to acquire the skills, knowledge and understanding to work as a confident and independent worker within a biodynamic farm.

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



our team

Coordination
Administration
Mentoring

Elizabeth
Wirsching

Curriculum seminars mentoring

sofi
gerber

Curriculum seminars mentoring

laura
bertzbach

Curriculum seminars mentoring

brigid
lefevre

biodynamics

Biodynamics is a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach to farming, gardening, food, and nutrition. Biodynamics is rooted in the work of philosopher and scientist Dr. Rudolf Steiner, whose 1924 lectures to farmers opened a new way to integrate scientific understanding with a recognition of spirit in nature.

Biodynamics has continued to develop and evolve since the 1920s through the collaboration of many farmers and researchers. Around the world, biodynamics is alive in thousands of thriving gardens, farms, vineyards, ranches, and orchards. The principles and practices of biodynamics can be applied anywhere food is grown, with thoughtful adaptation to scale, landscape, climate, and culture.