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Forest Kindergarten at the Waldorf School of Baltimore In an era where early academic pressures are being put onto younger and younger learners, the Waldorf School of Baltimore is seeing the pendulum swing back towards a more developmentally appropriate entry into education. In fact, their Waldorf Kindergarten program has become so popular that this year, as the school celebrates its fiftieth birthday, they found need to open a second class and an opportunity was born: to create an outdoor classroom called Chestnut Woods to house their first ever Forest Kindergarten. (Tuesday October 5th, 2021 — Baltimore Fishbowl)

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Austria’s Wineries Make Push To The Future With Biodynamics Forefront It started in Austria with the “first wave” changing to biodynamic. Styrian growers like Sepp Muster, Werlitsch, Tscheppe, etc. started natural winemaking and the biggest change, was fermentation of whites on the skins. This was in the early 2000s. We, at our estate, started in 2003 with skin fermentation, changed to biodynamic 2 years later and started getting our experience in natural winemaking in 2006 with the move to biodynamic. (Thursday September 30th, 2021 — Forbes)

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Bordeaux sees sharp growth in organic vineyards Going beyond organic: Château Palmer has been a pioneer of biodynamics, alongside other top estates like Climens and Pontet-Canet. (Thursday September 30th, 2021 — decanter.com)

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Ivory-billed woodpecker officially declared extinct, along with 22 other species The Fish and Wildlife Service proposal Wednesday to take 23 animals and plants off the endangered species list — because none can be found in the wild — exposes what scientists say is an accelerating rate of extinction worldwide. A million plants and animals are in danger of disappearing, many within decades. The newly extinct species are the casualties of climate change and habitat destruction, dying out sooner than any new protections can save them. (Wednesday September 29th, 2021 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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Cabernet Sauvignon from Biodynamic Hawk and Horse Vineyards There is a unique series of biodynamic protocols employed at Hawk and Horse, some requiring assistance from a herd of Scottish Highland cattle that roam the land. (Saturday September 25th, 2021 — The Bakersfield Californian)

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Pasadena Waldorf School’s 11th Grade Botanical Arts Class is Simply Mouthwatering Students have made cured olives, raisins by dehydrating grapes from the school garden, and apple cinnamon dried apples from the high school apple trees. (Thursday September 23rd, 2021 — Pasadena Now)

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Swiss Artist Heikedine Guenther’s New Show Is a Captivating Homage to Rudolf Steiner and Hilma af Klint This week during Art Basel, those interested in an out-of-the-ordinary art experience might venture to the nearby city of Dornach where Swiss artist Heikedine Günther’s solo exhibition “Concentric Circles” is being presented at the famed Goetheanum, the global headquarters for the Anthroposophical Society. (Thursday September 23rd, 2021 — artnet News)

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Lodi Vineyards Transition to Biodynamic Practices Over the past three years, Vino Farms, Inc. based in Lodi, California has been converting select vineyards to Biodynamic ™ (BD) farming practices. Pending approval of its certification application, expected to be submitted to Demeter USA before the end of 2021, Vino Farms will have nearly 40 vineyard acres certified to BD standards. (Monday September 20th, 2021 — winebusiness.com)

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Welcome to the Era of Regenerative Finance RSF recently launched the Racial Justice Collaborative — a philanthropic fund that provides diverse forms of capital to US-based social enterprises with BIPOC owners and leaders. External advisers with community wealth-building and racial-justice expertise play a central role in funding decisions, which helps ensure accountability to the communities we’re trying to serve. (Friday June 11th, 2021 — Sustainable Life Media, Inc)

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When the Bison Return, Will Their Habitat Rebound? An effort to bring wild bison to the Great Plains aims to restore one of the world’s most endangered ecosystems (Tuesday June 8th, 2021 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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Evidence mounts that eco-friendly wine tastes better Wines that were certified as biodynamic by the third-party association performed even better, scoring 11.8% higher. Biodynamic wines take organic farming a step further, using methods that time planting, trimming and harvests to coincide with seasonal and lunar cycles, and integrating animals for a more complete ecosystem. (Thursday February 11th, 2021 — UCLA Newsroom - University of California, USA)

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Going Au Naturel Many winemakers commit full-on to biodynamic winemaking—a classification that is clearly defined and hard to obtain. Gérard Bertrand, from the Languedoc and Roussillon regions of southern France, says his family has eschewed artificial fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides for generations. “Biodynamic farming is holistic medicine on a plant,” he says. Although he does not classify himself as a natural winemaker, all 1,900 acres of his vineyards are certified organic and bee friendly. Bertrand’s wines are consistently recognized as among the best in the region. (Thursday February 11th, 2021 — Gulfshore Life - Bonita Springs, Florida USA)

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The Ethical Cellar: The Joys of Discovering Natural Italy Take Arianna Occhipinti, for example; the 37-year-old winemaker, based in Sicilia, has recently made a name for herself as a pioneer in natural winemaking. At the young age of 25, in a region known more for the mafia than natural wines, she began farming her entire property biodynamically. Today, she is one of the largest producers of biodynamic wines (over 120,000 bottles annually) and is at the forefront of the natural wine movement. (Thursday February 11th, 2021 — Worth )

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Comparing Organic, Agroecological and Regenerative Farming part 1 – Organic In this three part series we present an analysis by Dr. Andrea Beste on the similarities, differences and synergies between the organic, agroecological and regenerative farming movements. Part one here outlines the history and current status of the organic movement. (Wednesday February 10th, 2021 — Resilience )

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Austrian Winemakers at the Forefront of a Biodynamic Farming Revolution By Anne Krebiehl MW Courtesy Nikolaihof Vineyard Some The future of farming has to change. As the planet groans, more and more people understand this. But some of the approaches we accept today as possible solutions were once seen as unorthodox, especially the idea of biodynamic farming. (Thursday February 4th, 2021 — Wine Enthusiast Magazine - Valhalla, New York USA)

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Mungalli Creek Dairy is one of two certified biodynamic dairy farms in Australia Mungalli's philosophy is "looking after our land and our farmers", which Mr Watson believes is extremely important to Australia's food future. Having pioneered biodynamic regenerative dairying in the tropics for 30 years, Mungalli has developed a strong customer base. (Wednesday January 27th, 2021 — North Queensland Register )

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The new use for abandoned oil rigs For some species, offshore rigs are even better nurseries than natural reefs. The towering pylons are the perfect spawning grounds for tiny fish larvae (Monday January 25th, 2021 — BBC Online - UK)

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Big Learning on the Littlest Little Farm Tucked away in the Hope Ranch Annex neighborhood, this dynamic collaboration brings together teens from AHA! to work alongside two facilitators/farming educators to create, maintain, and grow a biodynamic farm. (Friday November 20th, 2020 — Santa Barbara Independent - Santa Barbara, California USA)

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Global map of bees created in conservation first Scientists have mapped the distribution of all 20,000 bee species on earth. The new global map of bees will help in the conservation of the insects we rely on to pollinate our crops, say researchers in Singapore and China. (Friday November 20th, 2020 — BBC online)

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More than organic wine Although, in Silves wine production is common on many farms, it’s in Quinta Rosa that we are able to find a totally different concept, where the sun, the moon and the stars influence the entire production through a holistic approach: biodynamic agriculture. (Friday November 20th, 2020 — The Portugal News - Portugal)

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