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What Is Biodynamics?: A Way to Heal and Revitalize the Earth Paperback – November 1, 2004
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Hugh Courtney, a veteran and librarian, discovered Steiner’s agriculture course in 1975 at a health food store in College Park, Maryland. This led him to Josephine Porter, who was making biodynamic preparations according to Steiner’s indications. He apprenticed under Josephine and, when she died in 1984, took up her work. He created the Josephine Porter Institute in Woolwine, VA, where he has been making and selling preparations (six compost preparations and 3 others), editing the newsletter Applied Biodynamics, and consulting on all aspects of the biodynamic approach.
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Very informative. I am trying to start my own biodiversity farm.Published 10 months ago by Suzanne H.
I haven't had the opportunity to put the products in this book into practice yet, but the ideas in this book really opened my perspective.Published 12 months ago by Leann
For anyone who is interested in Biodynamic farming. It contains an interesting introduction and some excellent lectures from Rudolf Steiner.Published on April 15, 2014 by Andrea Apostolides
I purchased this as a research tool, expecting to also use it in my personal library. The text lacks the research "meat" I was looking for, and is a little wackier than I... Read morePublished on November 25, 2013 by ric0shay