Posts made in October, 2016


Interview with John Bach by Susan Koppersmith

, October 1, 2016

John Bach, at the August 2016 Encountering Our Humanity conference in Ottawa you gave a workshop about your research on biodynamic beekeeping. What is your background and how did you become interested in bees?     I have been studying Anthroposophy for 25 years, gardening biodynamically for 15 years and for the last 8 years I have maintained beehives.   What are some of the key elements of your research on bees?   Most readers have will have heard of the steady decline of the overall health of honeybees in the last 30 years. This has everyone very concerned. Scientists and beekeepers have blamed this decline on disease, mite infestations, the use of new pesticides on agricultural crops, as well as the potent chemicals applied to bees to control mite and fungi infestations. The effect of electro-magnetic radiation (EMR) so prevalent everywhere has also been studied. Interested readers can...

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