Past Meetup

Biodynamics, Community Revitalization, and the Food Revolution

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Monday, December 2, 2013, 7:00-8:30 pm
Sanderling Waldorf School
1905 Magnolia Avenue,Carlsbad, CA 92008

Robert Karp will present on the topic of "Biodynamics, Community Revitalization, and the Food Revolution," followed by conversation and discussion.

Refreshments: Please feel free to bring a snack to share.

Location: Please use the directions below, as the school can be difficult to find through online map programs.

From the 5 freeway, take the TAMARACK EXIT and go EAST (away from the ocean). Go to VALLEY ST. and take a LEFT. (Valley is just past the big playing field. Halfway down the block on the RIGHT is the entrance to the driveway and parking lot.) Although the school address is on Magnolia, the entrance is on Valley just past the yellow "Deaf Children" sign.

There is a small driveway between a fence and a house that goes to the parking lot. If there is no room in the lot, please park on the street.

Hint: if you get to Magnolia, you have gone too far. Turn around and you will see the Sanderling sign on the fence when headed south.

For more information about biodynamics or the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association, please visit

~Robert Karp is a writer, thinker and social entrepreneur informed by the social, economic and spiritual insights of Rudolf Steiner. Robert is the executive director of the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association and is a long-time social entrepreneur in the sustainable food and farming movement. Robert has helped start numerous innovative food projects, including community supported agriculture projects (CSAs), farmers’ markets, institutional buying projects and farmer-buyer-consumer alliances. He is also the founder of New Spirit Farmland Partnerships, LLC, which helps organic farmers gain long term access to land by linking them with social investors. Robert’s writings include an analysis of the sustainable food and farming movement in the light of Rudolf Steiner’s economic insights titled Toward an Associative Economy in the Sustainable Food and Farming Movement and several recent articles on GMO’s including: Strengthening the Heart of the Food Movement: Biodynamics and the Deregulation of GMO Alfalfa, and Toward a Holistic Approach to the Threat of GMO’s.

Rebecca Briggs
Communications Coordinator
Biodynamic Farming & Gardening Association
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