With the introduction of the North American Biodynamic Apprenticeship Program this year, the biodynamic community signaled its continuing commitment to nurturing new farmers. The Association plans to continue furthering this and other educational and training initiatives.
But farmers of all ages will need access to land, mentorship, capital and equipment, and community and marketplace support. How can we ensure that these motivated individuals will have the opportunity to succeed? We will be continuing this discussion, so please let us know your thoughts.
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Preserving the Farm
Preserving the Land for Agriculture
Seeking Solutions to Preserve Your Cherished Farms
Angela L. Curtes
Seed Saving: Germination — the Awakening of the Seed
Love for the Earth
An Introduction to Anthroposophy
Is There a Correlation Between Rice (Oryza Sativa) Germination and Lunar Rhythms?
Pot of Gold: Joseph Phelps' Double Rainbow Surprise
Beet Writer Finds His Roots
NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS
In the News
In Appreciation of Charles Beedy
Welcome to Our New Board Member: Paula Manalo
Introducing Our New Executive Director: Robert Karp
Biodynamics Around the Continent
Letter from the President
Seasonal Recipe: Spring Vegetable Soup
Anthony Lo Pinto
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"If we cannot grow the economy without destroying the fertility of the soil, how can we, no matter how clean our machines, hope to thrive, or, even, survive?"
Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing As If Food, Farms, and Fertility Mattered, Chelsea Green Publishing, 2008