Megan Durney joined the Pfeiffer Center as an intern in 2006 and throughout the years has delved deeply into the art of biodynamics through study and practice and has been involved in preparation-making, draft power, beekeeping, seed saving, intensive production gardening, and biodynamic education and training. Currently she is a part of a collaborative leadership team working alongside the Fellowship, an intergenerational community centered around the care of the elderly, integrating land and educational programs in a new cooperative endeavor, and creating a mutually supportive association of work and community. Megan is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Biodynamic Association.