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Gathering of Biodynamic Researchers

June 17, 2010

A group of biodynamic researchers from across the country gathered in East Troy, Wisconsin, this week in an effort to foster collegiality, identify research needs in the biodynamic movement, and develop a plan to begin to address those needs. This initial gathering was organized by the Biodynamic Association and Michael Fields Agricultural Institute.

Many thanks to all who completed our biodynamic research survey last month. We are learning much from your responses. Stay tuned for a summary of survey results and an overview of the research gathering.

Front to back: Craig Holdrege, Walter Goldstein, Jerome Rigot, Jeff Endelman, Jennifer Reeve, Robert Karp, Bill Liebhardt, Malcolm Gardner, Barry Lia, Bruce Kirchoff

Research Gathering

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  1. Mark McAlister permalink
    August 20, 2010 10:37 am

    Dear friends,

    I look forward to hearing more about the research survey results, and some impressions of the recent conference mentioned in this post. I would like to publish some of this info in our Newsletter (Anthroposophical Society In Canada) to stimulate more collaboration in anthroposophical research.

    • August 23, 2010 11:26 am

      Thank you so much for your interest. We will post a summary here and will keep folks updated on our future efforts in this direction. We’d love to have you include some information in your newsletter. Please feel free to email our Biodynamics magazine editor directly at rebecca@biodynamics.com about this or any other ideas.

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