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The Waldorf Way — Countering school violence with compassion Waldorf education's holistic approach is embedded with ways to counteract violent behavior. Perhaps the most influential practice within this educational philosophy is the concentration placed on the development of a student's thinking, feeling and willing. (Friday February 24th, 2017 — Conway Daily Sun - North Conway, New Hampshire USA)

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An overview of the biodynamic wine sector Abstract: The wine industry is currently shifting toward more sustainable production practices. Due to the growing globalized wine market and the increasing environmental impacts, producers have begun to pay more attention to organic and biodynamic products. Using a systematic literature review, this review aims to investigate the biodynamic production system in the viticulture and winemaking process. (Monday February 20th, 2017 — Dove Medical Press - UK)

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Organic Food is the Best Medicine, and a Pennsylvania Hospital Agrees Thanks to a partnership with Greener Partners, a nonprofit advocate for local food systems in Pennsylvania, the Deaver Wellness Farm was born at the Center. Open to patients, staff, and the public, the farm features about two dozen organic gardens, a greenhouse, a composting area, and tasting areas. Greener Partners calls it a “hands-on classroom” that patients and other visitors can use to gain greater understanding of “the role of fresh vegetables and healthy eating in preventative care.” (Monday February 20th, 2017 — Organic Authority)

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Tenuta Mara Casa Clima Wine Certification Tenuta Mara, home to the biodynamic winemaker of the same name in San Clemente di Rimini, combines biodynamic agriculture with art and architecture to produce Italy’s best biodynamic wine, according to Luca Maroni’s guidebook. (Monday February 20th, 2017 — Floornature.com - Italy)

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The moon can affect how your wine tastes according to 'biodynamic believers' According to this theory, wine consumed on fruit and flower days will taste more vibrant, full-bodied and basically better than wine tasted on root or leaf days because of the wine's relative reaction to the moon's movements. (Monday February 20th, 2017 — Cosmopolitan UK )

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Ikea Lab Releases Free Designs For A Garden Sphere That Feeds A Neighborhood Though it’s intended mainly for use as a neighborhood garden in cities, you could also build a Growroom for your own backyard, a spokesman told HuffPost. (Friday February 17th, 2017 — Huffington Post - USA)

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Pasadena Waldorf School - An Amazing Community Day What an amazing community day on Saturday assembling these beautiful new desks that will serve the children for many years. A fine example of community cooperation. Pasadena Waldorf School expresses its thanks to All the PWS parents who made these possible. (Tuesday February 14th, 2017 — Pasadena Now - California USA)

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Five hundred: The story of biodynamics in and around Sydney Diane Watkin, a Biodynamic Consultant, followed the story of Biodynamics in and around Sydney, interviewing a vast array of growers, farmers, restaurateurs, market stall holders, wine producers, school teachers, shop owners, butchers, bakers and health professionals. FIVE HUNDRED the film portrays a lively and substantial industry based on Biodynamic farming. Interviewees in the film claim it holds real solutions to repairing the environment the world over. (Tuesday February 14th, 2017 — Lithgow Mercury - Australia)

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uropeans move toward powering their trains with renewables In the Netherlands, every electric train running on the Dutch railway network has relied entirely on wind energy since 1 January. The network, NS Dutch Railways, is using an energy company’s turbines to generate the energy needed to power its entire electric fleet. (Monday February 13th, 2017 — Daily Kos - USA)

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GLASS ACT: Using moon and minerals, biodynamic wine finds balance Coming to understand the interconnectedness of all elements of the farm, the cows, the vines, the microscopic life in the soil, minerals and the moon, is the most interesting part of biodynamic farming. (Saturday February 11th, 2017 — Local Xpress - Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada)

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The Waldorf Way: Moving mountains For the middle school students of the White Mt. Waldorf School this dictum from Archimedes resonates with new meaning thanks to David Shedd, stone-mason extraordinaire, who introduced these students, in a very practical way, to a variety of simple machines. The goal: fashion a granite step for the walkway leading to the classroom, using only levers, pulleys, inclined planes and wedges. (Thursday February 9th, 2017 — Conway Daily Sun - North Conway, New Hampshire USA)

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The Waldorf Way: Music in the Waldorf School One aspect of Waldorf education that is so wonderful and valuable, in my estimation, is the inclusion of the arts throughout the curriculum. (Thursday February 9th, 2017 — Conway Daily Sun - North Conway, New Hampshire USA)

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Fetzer Vineyards hires Sebastian Donoso new winemaker Fetzer Vineyards has announced the hiring of Sebastian Donoso as winemaker with a focus on wines crafted from organic and Biodynamic grapes. (Tuesday February 7th, 2017 — North Bay Business Journal - Santa Rosa, California USA)

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Tiny Frog Last Seen In 1962 Found In The Mountains Of Zimbabwe The source of the unusual whistle turned out to be an unimaginable treasure: a rare cave-dwelling frog that had not been seen in over 50 years. This is Arthroleptis troglodytes, also known as a “cave squeaker.” Becker took the first photos of the species ever. (Tuesday February 7th, 2017 — Huffington Post - USA)

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Biodynamic farms go beyond organics When you eat food that comes from a local farm that cares about its soil, you begin eating food that was grown with the purpose of strengthening and fortifying your body and mind. Biodynamic farms go beyond organics by not only not using harmful chemicals, but by also putting nutrients back into the soil which the plants can take up into themselves for people to eat and then take up into themselves. (Wednesday February 1st, 2017 — Macon County Times - Lafayette, Tennessee USA)

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NASA's Juno returns stunning images of solar system's largest planet And, in just a few more years, the 30-meter Magellan telescope in Chile’s bone-dry Atacama desert will begin operations and the science returned from those mighty eyes is expected to be incredible. (Tuesday January 31st, 2017 — Daily Kos - USA)

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Keene Waldorf school students celebrate Chinese traditions Saturday marked the start of Chinese New Year, and five students at Monadnock Waldorf High School in Keene are readying to celebrate the Year of the Rooster with the community. On Feb. 4, the students, who are all from China, will bring their home traditions to a dinner celebration at the Monadnock Waldorf Elementary School, on South Lincoln Street in Keene, which is open to the public. (Sunday January 29th, 2017 — The Keene Sentinel - Keene, New Hampshire USA)

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Sandpoint Waldorf students help seniors Students from the Sandpoint Waldorf School spent the day Monday helping out area seniors as they embarked on a community service project for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In addition to going to the homes of area seniors to to shovel snow, the fourth- through eighth-graders shoveled out the huge berms at the Sandpoint Area Seniors, Inc. and DayBreak Center parking lot on Main Street. They cleared the sidewalks and area where the benches and peace pole are located by the "SASi Elder Tree," as well as cleared the ice from the wheelchair ramp. (Thursday January 26th, 2017 — Bonner County Daily Bee - Sandpoint, Idaho USA)

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At Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, a communal life is lived intentionally Referred to as an "intentional" community, Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, established in 1972, is an agricultural and handcrafting community that includes adults with varying levels of special needs. "Everyone that lives and works here, does so by choice," said Brendan Tracy, grants manager at Camphill. "Folks with and without disabilities live side by side and life share." (Wednesday January 25th, 2017 — Reading Eagle - Reading, Pennsylvania USA)

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France Bans Pesticides in Public Green Spaces Pesticides will be banned in all public green spaces from Sunday (January 1, 2017) while non-professional gardeners will no longer be able to buy pesticides over the counter. (Wednesday January 25th, 2017 — Organic Consumers Association - Finland, Minnesota USA)

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