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A New Way Forward for American Agriculture At Polyface Farm, Sheri Salatin, daughter-in-law of Joel Salatin and marketing director at the farm, has seen firsthand the growing interest in sustainable farming from the youngest generations. (Friday August 25th, 2017 — BillMoyers.com )

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Thousands of Invasive Salmon Escape From Farm in Pacific Northwest Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/thousands Thousands of Atlantic salmon escaped from a fish farm pen off the coast of Washington late last week, threatening native Pacific salmon and causing officials to enlist the help of citizen fishers in an effort to catch them. (Thursday August 24th, 2017 — Smithsonian online - USA)

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(Fish) farm to table That innovation is the small-scale Oasis Aquaponic Food Production System. It’s a practical method to grow fish and vegetables, using “aquaponics,” a little-known form of integrated aquaculture. (Wednesday August 23rd, 2017 — Michigan Today - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan USA)

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Beyond the conventional Alternative schools come as a big relief, away from a system obsessed with exams and unhealthy competition (Sunday August 20th, 2017 — The Hindu - India)

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Revolution With One Straw: How One Japanese Farmer Changed Modern Agriculture Masanobu Fukuoka was a Japanese farmer and philosopher who spearheaded natural farming, and began what is widely acknowledged as a revolution in the history of conventional agricultural practices. (Saturday August 19th, 2017 — The Better India )

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Biodynamic: A different kind of farming Biodynamic agriculture involves unusual practices, but producers stand by their results (Thursday August 17th, 2017 — Capital Press )

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Making Sense of Organic Wine Do you know your natural from your biodynamic? Our new series aims to clear up a muddy topic. (Wednesday August 16th, 2017 — Wine-Searcher )

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Plenty of room, wine with a view The Lightfoots have a rich heritage farming in the Annapolis Valley over eight generations, four of those developing a certified biodynamic farm that had been focused on commercial poultry. Biodynamic means that every aspect of the farm is used toward sustainable production. Even the yeast that grows on the vines is used in the wines’ fermentation process. (Monday August 14th, 2017 — TheChronicleHerald.ca - Nova Scotia, Canada)

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Goodbye to cooped-up creches: Making classrooms free-range At the Steiner Brigit’s Hearth in Co Clare preschoolers learn from nature (Saturday August 12th, 2017 — Irish Times )

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Former Waldorf Teacher Writes Memoir “My hope is to pull people in with the theme and then have them find that they like the story, too.” These sentiments belong to Kim Allsup of Falmouth, author of “A Gift of Wonder: A True Story, Showing School As It Should Be.” Published by Steiner Books, the memoir shipped earlier this month. It tells the story of Ms. Allsup’s first six years teaching at the Waldorf School of Cape Cod. (Thursday August 10th, 2017 — CapeNews.net )

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Farm-based Motueka Rudolf Steiner School plan given planning nod "The consents allow us to put a school on Rural 1 land," Garlick said. "There was no provision in the Tasman Resource Management Plan for that." (Wednesday August 9th, 2017 — Stuff.co.nz - Wellington, New Zealand)

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Advocating play in education “In Waldorf education, a child is considered as three-fold: a body, a soul, and a spirit. So the philosophy is very specific and the form of education is appropriate to the stage of development of the child,” she said. (Sunday August 6th, 2017 — Inquirer.net - Philippines )

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FoodNavigator.com Think of agriculture of the future and you may conjure up images of hydroponic lettuces grown in underground, urban bunkers or massive-scale precision farming using satellites and drones. But for campaign group Farms of the Future, the future is, and can only be, agroecology. (Tuesday August 1st, 2017 — FoodNavigator.com )

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New ways to learn O.C. has schools that focus on more than just traditional academics. Even when they participate in standardized testing (required of public schools), these institutions are committed to a larger vision for both education and the kind of people they want their students to become. (Monday July 31st, 2017 — OCRegister - Anaheim, California USA)

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Capturing wild moments: Bonny Doon marine photographer Jodi Frediani earns top award Jodi Frediani ... She won first place for the art of nature category in the BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition. Sponsored by the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, the competition drew roughly 6,000 global entries of photographers vying for recognition. (Saturday July 22nd, 2017 — Santa Cruz Sentinel - Santa Cruz, California USA)

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Dirty work sometimes requires an even dirtier mentor Kate Roller, who needed a school project, selected car engine repair. ... what she wanted to do for her Linden Waldorf School eighth-grade project. (Friday July 21st, 2017 — The Ledger - Nashville, Tennessee USA)

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COLUMN: How early should children do chores? “Engaging children in work around the household is really important,” said Christine Martin, principal at Squamish Waldorf School. “Work is play for them and it helps develop a healthy attitude that contributing to the household is just normal.” Children also want to help, Martin added. “They want to please and they want to figure out the world, so by helping with household chores we are helping them subconsciously understand the world they live in.” The younger we start, it seems, the better. (Thursday July 20th, 2017 — Squamish Chief - Squamish, British Columbia CANADA)

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Sonoma Valley turkey ranch turns its soil to cannabis cultivation An old turkey ranch near Glen Ellen is the site of a very new business model, applying biodynamic principals that have worked well in grape production and other agricultural practices to the rapidly-growing field of legal cannabis cultivation. (Thursday July 20th, 2017 — Sonoma Index-Tribune - Sonoma, California USA)

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Wine and weed leaders collaborate on Biodynamic Sonoma Valley pot farm Mike Benziger has been a long-time advocate for Biodynamic farming at his former wineries, Benziger Family Winery and Imagery Winery. Under giant ponderosa pines, Benziger helped a team from San Francisco-based SPARC on three test cannabis plots in the Valley of the Moon and continues to work with SPARC toward Demeter Biodynamic certification. (Tuesday July 18th, 2017 — North Bay Business Journal - Santa Rosa, California USA)

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De Stijl, the movement of Mondrian, turns 100 Benno Tempel, director of The Hague's Gemeentemuseum, which owns about a quarter of all surviving Mondrian works. The museum is exhibiting "The Discovery of Mondrian" through Sept. 24 ... Tempel thanks Austrian spiritualist Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), who founded something called anthroposophy, with Mondrian's decision to pivot away from an unsuccessful body of highly symbolic works. "Mondrian writes a letter to Rudolf Steiner about his paintings, and he does not react," Tempel said. "What if Steiner was very enthusiastic and said, 'Come over to my place. You can be the painter of our movement'? That would have been a horror for history." (Saturday July 15th, 2017 — National Catholic Reporter - Kansas City, Missouri USA)

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