Our Mission, Vision &
Guiding Service Principles
JPI Mission Statement
Our mission is the healing of the earth through biodynamic preparations and the practice of biodynamic agriculture. We fulfill this mission by serving as a national provider of quality biodynamic preparations, as well as through the advancing of biodynamic preparation research, education, and outreach activities. In addition, JPI works to supports all farmers, gardeners, ranchers, and others in their making and use of biodynamic preparations.
JPI Vision Statement
When envisioning the future, we see JPI working collaboratively with others – nationally, regionally, and locally – to further the biodynamic agricultural movement and the development of biodynamic preparation making as a craft and spiritual practice. Supporting projects include the building of an intellectual repository of research on Steiner inspired preparations, and the development of research methods used to evaluate the quality of biodynamic preparations and their effective use in the field. Through a growing and vibrant network of collaborations and associative economic relationships, our ultimate vision is healthier foods, healthier bodies, and a healthy planet.
JPI’s Guiding Service Principles
We strive to produce biodynamic preparations made from plants that we grow, or that are wild-crafted, chemical-free, or organic. All of the preparations are made from the highest quality natural materials available, and are non-toxic.
We also support the success of our customers and the biodynamic agricultural community by striving to ensure that sufficient quantities of quality biodynamic preparations are available, and by providing educational workshops and materials, free phone support, and the prompt delivery of product orders.
As a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, JPI’s programs are funded through product sales and contributions. Mission-driven, we strive to keep the prices of our preparations affordable while also running fiscally sound operations. We do not measure our success in dollars but in the number of preparation units sold, acres of land served, and people who are reached through our educational and outreach activities.