Will Poland Make the Same Mistakes as Sweden?
Opportunities and challenges for a transition to Ecological Recycling Agriculture to save the Baltic Sea environment
Artur Granstedt, Sheshti Johansson, Maria Micha and Małgorzata Lekan.
150,000 Biodynamic Farmers - Report from India
Artur Granstedt, January 2018
IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements) organizes an international conference every three years, 2017 convened in the capital of India, New Delhi. Before and after the conference, the biodynamic section organized a separate meeting of about 60 participants from some 20 countries and, above all, participants from India. The meeting concluded with a gathering in the mountain area of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, bordering Nepal and China. In the past twenty years, a strong following of biodynamics has emerged among small farmers here. Through visits and stories from farmers and researchers, we learned more about biodynamic agriculture in Uttarakhand.
Small fields in Uttarakhand, India.
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