In February I was invited to give a workshop to the final year biodynamic apprentices on land, as part of their seminar weekend on economics. The economics seminar offers the opportunity for apprentices to deepen their understanding of the approach of Rudolf Steiner to economics and the concept of threefolding, as well as practical insights […]
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It is an often quoted statistic in agriculture that the average age of the UK farmer is 59. What we can sometimes forget is that the UK picture is part of a wider social European landscape of older farmers. Only 7/10 per cent (conventional /organic) of all farmers in the European Union are below the […]
Is it that we want land to belong to us? Or is it more that we need land to belong to?