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Ackley Brands Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Biodynamic® Agriculture and Promotion of Chris Brack to Winemaker Montinore Estate has been certified Biodynamic since 2008 (Tuesday March 12th, 2024 — Wine Industry Advisor - )

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Opinion: I’m an English professor who embraces the Waldorf learning philosophy. Here’s why. We opted for the public charter Waldorf school and were lucky enough to get a spot in the lottery. Our daughter learned to create, solve problems with classmates and act out stories in kindergarten. (Tuesday March 12th, 2024 — San Diego Union-Tribune - California USA)

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Shine My Crown First Black Woman Elected to Senate Starts Organic Food Line Carol Moseley Braun, the first African American woman elected to the U.S. Senate, is breaking new ground after beginning a new venture in organic, biodynamic food. (Friday March 8th, 2024 — Shine My Crown )

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This High Schooler Invented an A.I.-Powered Trap That Zaps Invasive Lanternflies Using solar power, machine learning and her family’s patio umbrella, 18-year-old Selina Zhang created a synthetic tree that lures the destructive species (Friday March 8th, 2024 — Smithsonian.com - )

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For the first time in centuries, a gray whale is spotted in New England Scientists believe they disappeared from that ocean by at least the 19th century, and gray whales were effectively absent from accounts in America by the Revolutionary War ... (Thursday March 7th, 2024 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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People living with disabilities: Camphill Trust calls for review of laws One of the key changes that Camphill is advocating for is the replacement of the term “mentally challenged” with “persons with mental health.” This shift in language aims to reduce stigma and promote a more respectful and inclusive society for individuals living with disabilities. By using more appropriate and person-centered language, we can help to create a more accepting and understanding environment for individuals with disabilities. (Thursday March 7th, 2024 — Weekend Post - Gaborone, Botswana)

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Regenerative Certifications Are Booming Right Now. Are They Worth It? It’s not the only regenerative certification seeing a surge of interest. In 2022, Regenerative Organic Alliance certified 500,000 acres. In 2023, 6 million acres were certified. (Monday March 4th, 2024 — WineEnthusiast.com)

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Expert consensus-based clinical recommendation for an integrative anthroposophic treatment approach to acute tonsillitis in chil The clinical recommendation for acute tonsillitis in children aims to simplify everyday patient care and provide decision-making support when considering and prescribing anthroposophic therapies. Moreover, the recommendation makes anthroposophic medicine more transparent for physicians, parents, and maybe political stakeholders as well. (Saturday March 2nd, 2024 — ScienceDirect.com - Netherlands)

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How solar power is changing life deep in the Amazon Loaded with panels on their roofs, four boats now circulate across 12 Achuar communities near the border with Peru. Kara Solar, a nonprofit organization that promotes solar energy in this region, gave local residents the boats, which they are in charge of building, fixing and running. The group, which is funded by outside donations, wants to add 10 more boats over the next two years. (Saturday March 2nd, 2024 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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Cape Town, low on water, is chopping trees to cope with climate change While preserving the world’s forests is widely considered essential to combating climate change, scientists in South Africa have determined that invasive tree species are sucking up so much groundwater that the area is better off eliminating the trees. (Wednesday February 28th, 2024 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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How Cherilyn Spears Moved Red Lake Nation to Food Sovereignty Tribal leadership asked Spears if she could grow healthier food to feed Red Lake during the shutdown, and to quicken the timeline for becoming a food sovereign nation. (Wednesday February 28th, 2024 — womenspress.com - Minneapolis, Minnesota USA)

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Training is the key to a different agricultural model But as the development of industrial agriculture expanded and the damage it was doing to people and the environment became clearer, a choir of dissenting voices emerged, calling for food models with a lower environmental and social impact. The solutions they proposed were different, but one thing they agreed on from the outset was the importance of training in changing the model. And so it was that Austrian Rudolf Steiner laid the foundations of biodynamic agriculture, the first organic farming movement, with his ‘Agricultural Course’, which was first presented in 1924 and was later turned into a book. (Monday February 26th, 2024 — Equal Times - Europe)

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A deep-sea robot may have discovered more than 100 new species Alien-looking lobsters, sponges, urchins, sea stars and sea lilies are among the creatures deep-sea explorers found off the coast of Chile (Saturday February 24th, 2024 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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The remote island where giant tortoises clear runways for albatrosses The albatross have huge wingspans, [up to 2m (6.6ft) across], Hunter says. "To take off, they have to get a running start. They need an open area that's sufficiently wide and long. The tortoises are what allowed those landing strips to be present. And when the tortoises were gone, the vegetation really closed in." (Saturday February 24th, 2024 — BBC online - UK)

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The cities stripping out concrete for earth and plants From Australia to Ontario, cities are taking up unnecessary stretches of concrete and asphalt, allowing nature to take hold in their place. (Friday February 23rd, 2024 — BBC online - UK)

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Breadfruit: The Caribbean's hurricane-resistant food With an increase in extreme weather, Jamaicans have found a reliable, local food source in nutrient-dense and versatile breadfruit. (Wednesday February 21st, 2024 — BBC online - UK)

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Whale song mystery solved by scientists Humpbacks and other baleen whales have evolved a specialised "voice box" that enables them to sing underwater. (Wednesday February 21st, 2024 — BBC online - UK)

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Gloucestershire vertical farm is one of UK's 'most advanced' The so-called vertical farm can grow salad three times as fast as traditional outdoor agriculture thanks to its controlled, consistent climate. Lettuce, basil and other herbs are grown under special lights, in a warm humid atmosphere. (Monday February 19th, 2024 — BBC online - UK)

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The US pepper that was nearly lost Once grown almost solely by enslaved people, the fish pepper was nearly lost forever until a chance find in a freezer revived the plant and it's now more popular than ever. (Saturday February 17th, 2024 — BBC online - UK)

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Digesters: Helpful in reducing farm emissions? Anaerobic digesters create biogas by removing methane from livestock waste. The gas can then be used for electricity, heat or vehicle fuel. Supporters say the process limits methane from reaching the atmosphere. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Energy For America Program helps fund these projects on farms in Wisconsin and elsewhere. (Friday February 16th, 2024 — Public News Service - Wisconsin USA)

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