Three members of the Hudson Valley Biodynamic Group, Steffen Schneider, Mac Mead and Malcolm Gardner, will be leading a four-day seminar on Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course at the Pfeiffer Center in Chestnut Ridge, NY.
For details on the course, including how to sign up, click here
84 years after Rudolf Steiner’s original lectures on “The
Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal of Agriculture,”
countless men and women have worked in every corner
of the globe to understand, refine, and apply Steiner’s
indications for Biodynamic agriculture. This winter,
join some of BD’s leading exponents and practitioners
for four days of study, discussion, artistic activities, and hearty meals, held at the historic Threefold Educational Center in Chestnut Ridge, New York, site of Ehrenfried Pfeiffer’s pioneering work from the 1930s until the 1960s. The conference will include artistic activities and a mid-winter festival event honoring biodynamic pioneers in North America, with special invited guests. Participants are expected to leave with much new knowledge – and many new questions as well.
Participants will also benefit from the chance for discussion and informal meetings with other Biodynamic practitioners from far and wide, and we hope that as
many as possible will be able to attend. Scholarships are
available (apply early). PLEASE NOTE: This is not an introductory course.