Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids (OBOD)
Formed in 1965, the OBOD is now one of the largest Druid Orders in the contemporary world. It’s method of teaching is via an experiential home learning course, that has now become one of the most valued and recognized ways of learning the Druid tradition. The OBOD is a worldwide fellowship with over 6000 members and 80 groups. Members are kept in touch by the monthly journal Touchstone. There are four camps held each year in the Vale of the White Horse in Wiltshire, England, plus gatherings in Australia, New Zealand and the USA, and two assemblies held on the Solstices at Glastonbury.
From: OBOD. Used with Permission