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by Mark
13 Jan 2021, 11:03
Forum: General
Topic: Any BD-obilia around
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Views: 8

Any BD-obilia around

https://www.sektion-landwirtschaft.org/en/einzelansicht/100-years-of-the-agricultural-course 100 years of the Agricultural Course 09/20/2020 | Research Appeal: does anyone still have original documents from the estate of participants of Rudolf Steiner's Agricultural Course in Kobierzyce in June 1924...
by Mark
19 Dec 2020, 19:24
Forum: General
Topic: Coventry survey - please participate
Replies: 0
Views: 119

Coventry survey - please participate

Hi everyone, I would like to invite you to participate in a brief survey on ‘non-material' agroecological practices as part of my PhD research project at Coventry University in the UK. Thank you for the responses received to date, this will be my last posting before the survey closes on December 31s...
by Mark
17 Dec 2020, 15:27
Forum: General
Topic: UK BD History
Replies: 0
Views: 118

UK BD History

I'm very interested in the history of biodynamic agriculture in the UK. I wonder if any of you have memorabilia, publications, memories, opinions ... anything that might shed light on the almost 100 years, and would be willing to share?

Thanks



Mark Moodie
by Mark
25 Nov 2020, 07:26
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: Demeter Dope
Replies: 0
Views: 136

Demeter Dope

Craft Cannabis: What is it, and can we compare it to craft beer? What exactly is craft cannabis? For that matter, what does the word “craft” mean? If we defer to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, we see that “craft” refers to “an occupation or trade requiring manual dexterity or artistic skill.” Craft ...
by Mark
14 Nov 2020, 13:06
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: On Steiner and soil fertility - well written
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Views: 156

On Steiner and soil fertility - well written

The “Living Soil” Fallacy and Reconciliation By Gary Kline I still don’t get it. As you likely know, I read a lot of books and magazines on the subject of soil fertility in gardening and farming. I keep running into this talk about “Living Soil” (a.k.a. the Soil Food Web) which seems to say that fo...
by Mark
07 Nov 2020, 16:07
Forum: General
Topic: Translation of Agriculture
Replies: 0
Views: 246

Translation of Agriculture

Translations of Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course (Koberwitz, 1924): The Seminal Text of Biodynamic Farming and Organic Agriculture John Paull* Environment, Resources & Sustainability, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia Abstract The Agriculture Course of Dr Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) i...
by Mark
19 Oct 2020, 19:06
Forum: General
Topic: Harmonisation
Replies: 0
Views: 262

Harmonisation

https://www.biodynamic-advisors.org/en/ https://www.biodynamic-advisors.org/fileadmin/Biodynamic_Advisors_Website/Documents/Guidelines/2020-03_04_QS_Guidelines_Regulations_EN.pdf The Peer Review Quality System aims to create transparency and a common basis for qualitative advisory work in biodynami...
by Mark
30 Sep 2020, 15:18
Forum: Arca della Vita
Topic: Ecovillage crowd-funding
Replies: 0
Views: 513

Ecovillage crowd-funding

Dear Friends, i hope you are all ok in this period so strange and full of difficulties but, at the same time, so rich in spiritual opportunities. I made a Crowdfunding project to support our ecovillage in Italy, and I made it in English to spread it worldwide. I do not have many contacts abroad, bec...
by Mark
01 Sep 2020, 08:04
Forum: Preparations: potentised and traditional
Topic: Various authors on the MO of preps
Replies: 7
Views: 2772

Re: Hugh Lovel on the MO of preps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a59NJk444Iw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7UWben8u4U

This is the first of a series of three YouTube shows subtitled 'How Biodynamic Preparations Work'. It is a very interesting interview with the recently passed (August 2020) Hugh Lovel.
by Mark
06 Aug 2020, 09:52
Forum: Preparations: potentised and traditional
Topic: Various authors on the MO of preps
Replies: 7
Views: 2772

Re: Various authors on the MO of preps

Stewart Kahn Lundy In biodynamics, when we pack manure into a horn, we are not distilling but we do have a “blind” alembic wherein the earthiness is specifically preserved in order to stimulate a greater relationship of plants to the living earth and to its salt content. But even here we no longer ...
by Mark
23 Jul 2020, 22:30
Forum: General
Topic: BD and Carbon
Replies: 0
Views: 1410

BD and Carbon

How do organics and biodynamics affect a vineyard’s carbon footprint? Winemakers from Burgundy, Austria, Portugal and California debated the complex issues around sustainable, organic and biodynamic viticulture at a recent climate talk hosted by the Porto Protocol Foundation. Julie Sheppard July 23...