A type of organic farming which focuses on ensuring self-sustainability of the soil, by using special manures and herbal preparations to enhance soil health, integrating plants and animals and encouraging biodiversity.
It is interesting to note that his son, Hartmut von Jeetze, a strong advocate of and enthusiastic practitioner in biodynamic agriculture was among a small number of pioneers that in 1961 established the first Camphill village community in the USA at Copake in New York State.
In 1951 Caballero was introduced to Ehrenfried Pfeiffer, then the foremost authority in natural resource protection and the budding field of biodynamic agriculture (a form of intensive, organic agriculture that reintegrates all aspects of the farm -- growing, ranching, and forestry -- in order to perpetuate a self-sustaining system).
Project Description: The objective of this project is to strengthen the associative process of producers who are driving the Cooperative Wealth, so that they become a model institution in the practice of biodynamic agriculture in Missions way that would promote free agriculture agrochemicals and general use friendlier to the environment in which it develops.
All source farms must practice sustainable agriculture, biodynamic agriculture, or other environmentally friendly growing methods that promote purity and quality, such as inter-cropping, cross crapping, and composting.