World Biodynamic Day 2020
World Biodynamic Day 2020


The World Biodynamic Day 2020.


Celebrating almost 100 years of Biodynamic Agriculture on Whitsun Weekend, every year!

The World Biodynamic Day invites everyone from around the world to be for a few hours part of the biodynamic magic. Learning about biodynamics, celebrating and last but not least, spray the sacred biodynamic preparations together as a community. At the same local time – as everyone else who will participate world wide.

You can be a farmer or gardener, fans of biodynamics produce, hobby gardener or people who want to learn more about biodynamics. Last year over 300 people registered on facebook from all over the world. Everyone had their own way of World Biodynamic Day celebration. There were sleepovers, BBQ‘s, Eurythmy performances, story telling at a local Waldorf School, lectures or farm walks and not to forget, stirring and spraying of the biodynamic preparations.

New this year:

There will be a hashtag (#worldbiodynamicday) that everyone can use, when posting photos or videos from the worldday. Just add #worldbiodynamicday to your facebook, instagram, twitter and Co posts – so we all can see what others have done or will be doing on the worldday.

Your Participation:

Everyone can take part, there is no farm required or garden, you can start an event at your school or church – anywhere where you feel called to. If you think of holding an public event on the Worldday, you can register your farm, garden, school, church or place on the worldmap on this page (http://worldbiodynamicday.org/worldmap/)

Could you help spreading the word.

This year there is a small trailer with pictures from the first World Biodynamic Day (see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnsnxpU-oNQ). Feel free to share with your friends. There will be soon some leaflets in different languages that can be shared (If you could assist translating, please get in contact).

See you there, somewhere on planet earth! #worldbiodynamicday

Question can be posted in the forum.