The provision of leadership in the proliferation of core biodynamic principles and practices, whilst exploring the growing edges of biodynamic farming and gardening and enhancing the expression of consciousness in the context of regeneration, enlivenment and evolution supporting practices.
To support the adoption, expansion, adaptation and evolution of biodynamic farming and gardening practices across the diversity of landscapes in Tasmania. To foster community connection and facilitate ongoing learning and deeper understanding of conscious and harmonious enlivenment practices within the dynamics and rhythms of the universe.
1. To hold the teachings of Rudolf Steiner at the centre of biodynamic practice
2. Openness to the adaptation of biodynamic practices within the dynamics and demands of the current time and diverse ecosystems
3. Embracing diversity and a commitment to understanding individual and community needs
4. Egalitarianism and empowerment
5. Openness to experimentation and investigation
6. Fostering community connection and support
7. Humans can consciously engage at the interface of material and non-material realms, and participate in practices that realise and enliven potentials, such as soil fertility, plant development, and the evolution of consciousness
8. Commitment to ongoing learning and engagement of various learning styles and media
9. Knowledge retention, building and proliferation