about us

Dark Hollow Biodynamic is a Biodynamic forest farm focusing on ecological and spiritual regeneration of the land.

Meet the Farmers

Kerry Clements

Wool Production / Shepherdess

Kerry Clements is a multifaceted individual with a passion for education, art, holistic health and sustainable living. As a Waldorf teacher at Susquehanna Waldorf School, Kerry brings creativity, empathy, and a deep understanding of child development into the classroom. With a background in fine arts, having obtained a degree from the prestigious Tyler School of Art, Kerry infuses artistic expression into every aspect of teaching and land/animal stewardship.

Kerry is deeply connected to the land and the spiritual world. Tending to our small flock of Icelandic sheep, Kerry embodies a reverence for nature and a commitment to sustainable living. This connection to the earth informs Kerry's teaching philosophy, emphasizing the importance of environmental stewardship and fostering a profound respect for the natural world in her kindergarten students.

With a blend of artistic flair, educational expertise, and a dedication to sustainable living, Kerry Clements exemplifies a holistic approach to teaching and life. Through nurturing creativity, fostering a deep connection to nature, and instilling a love for learning, Kerry enriches the lives of her family, her students and the community in which she lives.

Allen Clements

Forest-Grown Biodynamic Products

Allen Clements is a passionate advocate for sustainable agriculture and holistic land management practices. With a background deeply rooted in the intersection of ecology and agriculture, Allen has dedicated himself to promoting biodynamic farming methods and fostering environmental stewardship.

Drawing from diverse experiences and expertise, Allen is a certified Biodynamic practitioner and Forest Garden Designer. As the co-founder of Dark Hollow Biodynamic Farm, Allen hopes to cultivate a thriving community centered around biodynamic principles. He strives to demonstrate the viability and benefits of biodynamic farming particularly in the largely unexplored realm of Biodynamically-grown NTFPs (non timber forest products) while also nurturing a deeper connection between people and the land.

Allen's commitment to sustainability extends beyond his farm, as evidenced by his involvement in numerous educational and outreach programs. He actively shares his knowledge and insights through workshops, seminars, and consultations, inspiring others to embrace more sustainable and regenerative approaches to agriculture.

What is Biodynamics

Biodynamics is a method of farming developed by Rudolf Steiner that includes celestial and spiritual considerations. The goal of biodynamic farming is to produce food with vital life forces… more than the physical substance that we attribute to nutrition.

“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka

Our Values

Farming should be done in a way that improves the water soil and air every year. We use biodynamic, permaculture and regenerative values in the way that we design and farm our natural systems.