This programme is aimed at individuals with an interest in engaging in a deeper relationship with Biodynamic Agriculture, integrated thinking, and conscious care and stewardship of the environment, in order to grow the land, positively sustain the environment, promote community, and support individuals to re-imagine their potential.
Participants are likely to have an interest in ecology, organic food and farming, sustainability, education, spirituality, self-development, and health.
There are five entry routes available to those who wish to undertake the full Ruskin Mill Trust Biodynamic Training:
- BD Trainees (Charity Volunteers)
- Direct Applicants
- Waldorf Teachers and School Staff
- Ruskin Mill Staff
- Land based
- Non-land based
- Ruskin Mill volunteer
For information on how to apply – please click here.