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How do you bring a forest back to life? In Matamorisca, they intervened in 17 barren hectares owned by the regional government and peppered them with their signature device: a biodegradable cardboard donut they call the cocoon which can hold 25 litres of water underground to aid a seedling’s first year. Around 16,000 oaks, ashes, walnuts, rowans, and whitebeams were planted in May 2018, and the company reports that 96% of them survived that year’s scorching summer without extra irrigation, a critical milestone for a young tree. (Wednesday March 20th, 2019 — BBC Online - UK)

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Alois Lageder: Biodynamic Winemaking In Italy's Alto Adige Alois Lageder is a 54 hectare (135 acre) family winery in the stunning Alto Adige region of Italy. Here, every function is carried out biodynamically. "Quality is the fruit of many individual, mostly small, often unpredictable details. By paying close attention we can recognize these hidden connections," says a video produced by the family. (Friday March 15th, 2019 — Forbes - New York, New York USA)

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Works & Process at the Guggenheim presents the US Premiere of HILMA On the occasion of the exhibition Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, see the U.S. Premiere of an opera about Swedish artist Hilma af Klint, inspired by her unique body of spiritual works. (Friday March 15th, 2019 — Broadway World - New York, New York USA)

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Climate-Beneficial Wine, Waste-Saving Gin Latest Ways to Imbibe Sustainably Bonterra Organic Vineyards, the US’ leading organically farmed wine, has completed a landmark soil study highlighting the benefits of organic and Biodynamic® farming on soil health. ... Organic and Biodynamic vineyards store 9-12% more organic carbon. (Thursday March 14th, 2019 — Sustainable Brands - )

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San Diego biodynamic farms – are they better? Voelkel tells me that in northern Germany during a recent year, a severe drought and heat wave from April to September devastated crops that were conventionally farmed. The organic and the biodynamic farms survived. (Wednesday March 13th, 2019 — San Diego Reader - San Diego, California USA)

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What Is Natural Wine? Biodynamic Wine 101: How It’s Made and How to Buy It Biodynamic wine uses what’s called bio-diverse farming principles, little human intervention into the winemaking process, and a distinct set of traditions and superstitions that aim to tell the story of the region using the wine itself as the medium. Similar to organic wine, biodynamic wine is better for the environment. (Monday March 11th, 2019 — AskMen - )

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Regenerative Agriculture Finds Solid Backing as National Study, Decades of Success Show Ecological Renewal He had been farming conventionally using pesticides, herbicides and fertilisers, but the course taught him how to partner with nature instead of trying to control it. It has turned around his farm's capacity to deal with drought and he currently has plenty of water and grass for his livestock even as the drought in NSW intensifies. "We haven't fed for 15 years [because] we measure how much grass we have, we know how many animals we have to eat that grass and a very simple calculation gives us the amount of time that that grass is available before it runs out," Mr Arnott said. (Saturday March 9th, 2019 — ABC Rural - Australia)

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A talk with Tuscany’s agriculture councillor 80 companies out of the 215 wineries who attended Buy Wine were organic or biodynamic wine producers. That’s almost 40 per cent, which shows that we are extremely aware of the environmental impact of our production. (Thursday March 7th, 2019 — The Florentine - Florence, Italy)

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When you’re farming a biodynamic vineyard all by yourself One of the week’s cool discoveries was in Edna Valley, a coastal region in San Luis Obispo, which I visited with winemaker Gina Hildebrand. Her brand-new label, launched in 2017, is called Lady of the Sunshine. Unlike most upstart California winemakers, who buy fruit from vineyards that they don’t farm, Hildebrand is now the caretaker of a small, 6.5-acre Edna Valley parcel, essentially a backyard vineyard, called Chene. (Thursday March 7th, 2019 — San Francisco Chronicle - San Francisco, California USA)

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73-YO Man Turns 200 Acre Land Into Organic Farm, Saves 2 Cr Litres of Water/Year! In an area of 200 acres, Jayachandran’s Demeter-certified (one of the leading organic agriculture certifiers) farm fuses conventional natural farming methods, biodynamic cultivation and new technologies to make farming sustainable and profitable. (Tuesday March 5th, 2019 — The Better India )

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Baker’s biodynamic on-farm business a family affair at Numurkah NOTHING on the Baker family’s 60-hectare farm at Numurkah is done conventionally. Take Gary and Sue’s farming method: biodynamic, a system developed in the 1920s by Austrian Rudolph Steiner, which emphasises the relationship between soil, plants, animals and the lunar and solar systems. (Tuesday March 5th, 2019 — The Weekly Times - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)

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Waldorf students learn from mentors as they tackle hands-on projects Beginning in the fall of eighth grade, the soon-to-be graduates are given a challenge to pick a topic, find a mentor, arrange their own weekly meetings and give periodic updates to their peers and teachers. The private South Whidbey school has 125 students in grades K-8. (Tuesday March 5th, 2019 — South Whidbey Record - Whidbey Island, Washington USA)

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Classical Music and Movement Art of Eurythmy Blend Together In A Eurythmy Recital Eurythmy represents a performing arts experience unlike many others. Choreographed directly from the nuances of a musical piece, eurythmy is a movement art which interprets the music as a gesture in space through choreography of the elements of 'tone', 'speech' and 'silent'. This interactive discipline links art, poetry, language, and music with the movements found at the base of all art forms. (Tuesday February 26th, 2019 — Broadway World - New York, New York USA)

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Hollywood actress Tilda Swinton appeals to Scottish Government to save school Hollywood star Tilda Swinton has asked Education Secretary John Swinney to back the loss-making private school she co-founded. The actress has held a face-to-face meeting with the Deputy First Minister over the future of Drumduan House, which her two children attended. (Wednesday January 16th, 2019 — Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Scotland UK)

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Olive oil from small Whanganui biodynamic farm finds ready market locally A small Whanganui farm neglected for years is producing olive oil from trees originally planted for decoration. (Tuesday January 15th, 2019 — New Zealand Herald )

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A Selection Of Top-quality "Biodynamic" Wine Producers, From Biodyvin Only a tiny fraction of the world’s wine producers are “biodynamic.” It’s an odd concept. Sometimes it is thought of as being a mystic sect, sometimes people believe it is just another word for “organic.” Neither is true. Most importantly, it is a group of producers that include some top quality wineries making very exciting wines. (Friday January 11th, 2019 — Forbes)

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California is embracing prefab architecture with innovation, talent, and investment While many of these outfits are relatively new, legacy prefab designers are also making strides. Office of Mobile Design (OMD) principal Jennifer Siegal has been working at the intersection of portable architecture and housing for over two decades, pioneering a distinct approach to modular design that is flexible enough to include additions to existing buildings, as well as develop modular commercial structures. Siegal recently partnered with builder Bevyhouse and premium kitchen designer Tortoise to develop her own line of prefab ADU models and is also currently working on a modular design for the Sanderling Waldorf School in Carlsbad, California. (Friday January 11th, 2019 — The Architect's Newspaper )

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Roadside Hedges Could Reduce Air Pollution by 63% What the researchers found was that, perhaps surprisingly, roadsides that had only hedges were actually more effective at cutting pollution—in some cases by as much as 63 percent when it came to the cancer-causing pollutant black carbon. (Friday January 11th, 2019 — Care2.com)

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Sandy’s Garden ... Mistletoe and the ‘C’ Word If we come right up to date, in December 2018 NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde described mistletoe therapy in these words: “Mistletoe therapy is an anthroposophical medicine and can be integrated with conventional cancer treatment. It involves the prescribed use of mistletoe by qualified doctors and nurses. (Monday December 31st, 2018 — Falkirk Herald )

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Regeneration: Solving the Immigration and Climate Crises at the Same Time "Regenerative agriculture provides answers to the soil crisis, the food crisis, the health crisis, the climate crisis and the crisis of democracy." - Dr. Vandana Shiva (Wednesday July 18th, 2018 — RegenerationInternation online -)

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