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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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Shade Canyon School expands plans to offer grades TK-3 in opening year A time-tested model, Waldorf education brings forth a sense of wonder, cognitive strength, self-awareness, and social fluency, as well as respect for self, others, and the environment–all while building a strong academic foundation. Shade Canyon’s planned curriculum weaves together experiential learning, integrated subjects, outdoor exploration, and a deep awareness of child development. Waldorf students become critical thinkers who are curious about the world, connected to their communities, and confident shaping them as they go on to high school, post-secondary education, and meaningful careers. (Wednesday February 10th, 2021 — Lake County Record-Bee - Lakeport, California USA)

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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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Camphill School Aberdeen celebrates generous grant Camphill School Aberdeen received £8,680 from the Aberdeen Endowments Trust to buy new laptops to further enhance online learning for local children and young people. (Wednesday November 18th, 2020 — Deeside Piper - UK)

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Waldorf Education Honors the Head, Heart, and Hands The 101-year-old Waldorf educational tradition is still thriving today at The Waldorf School of Santa Barbara. One of the key components is the whole-child educational approach, which Administrator Teddy Macker described as, “Trying to encourage the intellectual, artistic, and practical capacities of our children equally in a loving, reverent holistic manner, and I think that in itself is unique.” (Wednesday November 18th, 2020 — Santa Barbara Independent - Santa Barbara, California USA)

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Farms for Tomorrow: Jean-Paul Stewart-Courtens Roxbury Farm A native of the Netherlands, Jean-Paul Stewart-Courtens graduated from Warmonderhof, part of Groenhorst Agriculture College, specializing in biodynamic farming. He moved to the US in 1986 and founded Roxbury Farm in 1990. Under his leadership, Roxbury Farm CSA grew into a 415-acre diversified operation in Kinderhook, New York. (Friday November 13th, 2020 — Resilience )

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An ethos beyond organic Biodynamic viticulture, which combines ecology and a sense of spirituality, is attracting wine industry interest. (Thursday November 12th, 2020 — Good Fruit Grower - )

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Growing Roots at Plowshare Farm At this extraordinary biodynamic farm, there are more than just greenhouses and garden beds. ... Based on the teachings of Dr. Karl Koenig, founder of the Camphill movement for social renewal, and Dr. Rudolf Steiner, the humanitarian and social scientist who founded the Waldorf School movement and developed Anthroposophy, the focus at Plowshare is on fostering each individual’s unique gifts so they can reach their full potential. (Thursday November 12th, 2020 — The Keene Sentinel - Keene, New Hampshire, USA)

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Ireland Will Plant 440 Million Trees By 2040 To Combat Climate Change The initiative is part of Ireland’s climate action plan, which proposed investments in renewable energy, a new carbon tax and a mass tree-planting effort. (Thursday November 12th, 2020 — Daily Kos - )

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The rebirth of a historic river For over a century, one of the most important salmon runs in the United States has had to contend with historic dams – and now four of them are set to be taken down. (Tuesday November 10th, 2020 — BBC online)

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