The most recent issue of Star and Furrow (Winter 2012) came out in January 2012. The next issue is due at the end of June 2012.

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Contents

    • Biodynamic Association Chairman
    • The Future of Agriculture Conference – a Reflection by Wendy Cook
    • Seeds of Sorrow – Seeds of Hope – Tyll van der Voort
    • The Future of Agriculture Conference – picture review
    • Conference Poem – Ed Berger
    • Farm as a Power Place - Touchstone
    • The Natural Beekeeping Conference
    • The Essence of Sustainable Beekeeping – David Heaf
    • New Eyes for Bees – Hugh Salveson
    • The Challenge of Rudolf Steiner – Hannah Townsend
    • Affordable Land for Farmers in France – Martin Large
    • Terrestial Astronomy – Graham Calderwood
    • Revealing the Hidden Forces of Equisetum arvense – Hugh Courtney
    • Three Kings Day at the ASHA Centre – Rachael O’Kelly
    • A Postcard from Koberwitz – Vivian Griffiths
    • Appreciation of Markus König – Henning Koester
    • Rudolf Kirst – John Wells
    • John Wilkes - Thomas Wilkes & Jochen Schwuchow
    • Review: Energising Water – Richard Thornton Smith
    • Review: Queen of the Sun – Hugh Salveson
    • Review: The Bees – Hugh Salveson

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      Published twice yearly
      Issued free to members
      Non members can also purchase Star and Furrow from the BDAA Office. 
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      Editor: Richard Swann
      Email: rswann (at) biodynamic.orguk