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    Bio-Dynamics Tasmania Centennial Recognition Events - Ueli Hurter Keynote Public Presentation Two - Economic models, challenges and opportunities of building regenerative BD food secure communities

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    Ueli Hurter public presentation 2 – Economic models, challenges andΒ opportunities of building regenerative BDΒ food secure communitiesΒ 

    Bio-Dynamics Tasmania has organised a series of events to celebrate the 100 years anniversary of Rudolf Steiner’s agriculture lectures, which in time became known as the birth of bio-dynamic agriculture. These events are part of a suite of events across Australia and New Zealand designed to celebrate the BD centenary.Β 

    The celebrations in Tasmania aim to develop authentic dialogue between β€œhealing” and β€œregeneration” across land, people and community, such that new harmonies may emerge and guide further BD developments into the future.Β 

    Ueli Hurter has been the co-head of the Agriculture Section at the Goetheanum since 2010 and currently sits on the executive board of the International Biodynamic Association. A native of Switzerland, he completed agricultural appreticeships in Switzerland, Germany and France. He has formerly served as President of the Swiss Demeter association and as Swiss spokesman to Demeter International.Β Β 

    Sub-topics in this presentationΒ may include:

    • Cost of living issues demand creative solution focused strategies and practices Β 
    • Experience, skills, training, tools, products, energy as capital
    • Alternative farming/gardening models to land ownership and succession planning
    • Transitioning from individualism to community sustainability to regenerative farming and social connection and securityΒ 
    • The dynamic interface of BD, permaculture and regenerative agricultureΒ 
    • Making nutrient dense food affordableΒ 
    • Making BD farming affordableΒ 

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