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Farley Macallan, Hackney, review: ‘biodynamic evening that set our eyes alight’ Farley Macallan “reinvents the local” with biodynamic wines and provides a welcoming atmosphere, despite its position on Hackney’s noisy crossroads (Friday September 2nd, 2016 — Islington Gazette - UK)

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Boulder County history: Shining Mountain school reflects on its past School administrators are currently in the process of documenting the school's history, but some of their archives were damaged during the flood of September 2013. Alumni and former parents are being asked to flip through their photo albums to help supplement what is left. (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — Boulder Daily Camera - Boulder, Colorado USA)

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Bubbles in your backyard: Love Apple Farms aims to give gardeners grounding in biodynamic growing Organic food just got one-upped. Biodynamics looks to be the new front-runner in the push for healthy and efficient farming methods. ... “A fully-functioning biodynamic farm can live in its own little bubble,” Sandberg said. “It means we preserve the life of the soil. Most conventional farmers use so many fertilizers and fumigants that their soil is dead.” (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — Monterey County Herald - Monterey, California USA)

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Fern Verrow biodynamic farm – in pictures Current resident columnists on Cook magazine Jane Scotter and Harry Astley farm at Fern Verrow, a patch of 16 acres on the border of England and Wales. They are led by the principles of biodynamic farming, pioneered by Rudolf Steiner in the 1920s, to address dwindling soil fertility and degenerating crop quality. Judging by the quality of their produce, it works... Photography by Elena Heatherwick. (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — The Guardian - UK)

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Lumby's Cedar Bridge School expanding Cedar Bridge brings education inspired by Waldorf principles to the North Okanagan. In the past two years, enrolment has doubled, leaving no room in the existing building to house the students. Hence, the capital campaign to expand. And now residents are encouraged to contribute as an anonymous donor has offered to match donations to the campaign received between Aug. 1 and the end of September up to a maximum of $50,000. (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — Vernon Morning Star - British Columbia, Canada)

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Meet Alan Chadwick, The High Priest of Hippie Horticulture Biodynamic pioneer Alan Chadwick turned America on to radical growing methods—influencing everyone from Alice Waters to winemakers Fetzer and Frey. So how come you’ve never heard of him? (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — Modern Farmer - Hudson, New York USA)

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River Song Waldorf School prepares to move photo gallery (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — The Coloradoan - USA)

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The Biodynamic Farm Body, Part 1 In biodynamic agriculture, the highest goal of cultivation is always an intricate balance of all of these systems, providing for holistically grown foods that continually build on the fertility of the landscape, as opposed to degrade and diminish it over time. (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — Mother Earth News - USA)

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Waldorf School at Moraine Farm celebrating 30 years One of only 121 Waldorf schools in the nation, Beverly’s Waldorf School at Moraine Farm, formerly the Cape Ann Waldorf School, will be celebrating its 30th year of operation when the doors open to students in just a matter of weeks. (Tuesday August 30th, 2016 — Wicked Local North of Boston - )

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Getting Up Close and Personal With Americas First Offshore Wind Farm The newly-erected turbines off of Block Island may signal the future of American wind power (Thursday August 25th, 2016 — Smithsonian online -USA)

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Winemakers Value Eco-Friendly Practices, Consumers Prioritize Taste So wineries invest the time and money to have more sustainable practices. But does it pay off? Here’s what people at a Friday tasting at Sundance Wine Cellars had to say about their willingness to buy organic wines. “I buy organic wines if they taste good,” says Karen Dooley. (Thursday August 25th, 2016 — KLCC FM Public Radio - Oregon, USA)

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Harvard Just Launched a Fascinating Resource All About Bauhaus The newly digitized collection is as ambitious as the art school it documents (Tuesday August 23rd, 2016 — Smithsonian online -USA)

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Feature: Organic wines see steady growth in Argentina Organic wines have slowly but steadily taken root in Argentina, where climatic conditions are ideal for this niche market. Some 14 wineries showcased pesticide-free organic and holistically-produced biodynamic wines this week at the 3rd Fair of Organic Wines, held at Botica del Angel, a home-turned-museum in the Buenos Aires district of Congreso. (Sunday August 21st, 2016 — Xinhua - Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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Biodynamics, Rudolf Steiner and planting with the stars His philosophy on agriculture was one of healing the earth and the soil, rather than stripping away its life giving properties. For him, this was science combined with the inexplicable, intangible life forces. (Saturday August 20th, 2016 — Santa Monica Daily Press - Santa Monica, California USA)

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Link staff improve grounds at Camphill Blair Drummond Over 120 employees from Link’s Development and Asset Management team spent a day carrying out various gardening, joinery/construction, painting, clearing and grounds maintenance tasks to help improve the grounds for residents and visitors at Camphill Blair Drummond. Camphill Blair Drummond is a supportive community for adults with learning disabilities to live, learn, work and relax. It provides residential and day care activities for those with complex learning needs. (Friday August 19th, 2016 — Scottish Housing News - UK)

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Move Over, Community Gardens: Edible Forests Are Sprouting Up Across America These new urban forests let you pick your own produce. But will the concept take root? (Tuesday August 16th, 2016 — Smithsonian online -USA)

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Co-Creating Life I was taken aback for a moment when reading Rudolf Steiner’s verse for this week (Week 20). But then I realized that he was presenting an image as if in a photo negative. Now I can see that he was trying to convey how a person’s life would be if separated from others, if severed from the Spirit world. Each one of us would die if left alone. We are spiritual and gregarious creatures. (Monday August 15th, 2016 — Huffington Post - USA)

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It’s not a school; it’s a community A COMMON sight on the modest, yet remarkable school campus of Tuburan Institute in Sitio Loon, at the foot of Mt. Talomo here, are children as young as five climbing trees, running, jumping, singing, playing freely, bare earth under their feet. In this school, there are no ringing bells, no warning signboards and no loudspeakers to prompt students. There is only laughter above the silence of the semi-forested campus. The children laugh like they’re the luckiest creatures in the world. (Sunday August 14th, 2016 — Inquirer Mindanao - Philippines)

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3 Major Problems With Monsantos New GMO Soybeans Xtend soybeans are genetically altered to withstand both glyphosate and an existing herbicide called dicamba. ... 1. Its illegal to use Dicamba on GMO soy ... 2. Dicamba has a drift problem ... 3. The vicious superweed cycle (Sunday August 7th, 2016 — Care2.com - USA)

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Energy of eurythmy Eurythmy can be best described as a form of movement using the human body to express the creative principles underlying speech and music. (Saturday August 6th, 2016 — New Straits Times Online - Malaysia )

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