The Michael Group of Denver study
The studies will be at the Christian Community 2180 South Madison St., Denver, CO on Mondays at 7:30. The book is available at the RS Archive. Contact Caron Scanlan at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Fort Collins Study Group
Contact Kristen Puckett, email@example.com
How to Know Higher Worlds
Every other Tuesdays with Tom Altgelt
Join us for a group of beginning study to explore how Rudolf Steiner’s life work of Anthroposophy might become meaningful and useful in daily life.
Dates: Tuesdays, Every Other Week
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Location: 4th Grade Classroom at
Shining Mountain Waldorf School
Contact: Tom Altgelt, 303-601-8601 - for additional information
"Where homemakers are working out of spiritual understanding, that is where the new society will arise. The homemaker’s whole existence stands at the center of one of the greatest changes ever to take place in human history.” The Spiritual Tasks of the Homemaker, Manfred Schmidt-Brabant
Colorado (Front Range) High Plains Biodynamic Study Group
For information on Biodynamic farms, apprenticeships, trainings, and conference/workshop opportunities contact Ben Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org (303) 818-5686. Or Kim Youngblood, email@example.com.
Colorado (Front Range) High Plains Biodynamic Study Group is located in Boulder, CO.
Ben and Kim offer hands-on biodynamic classes and workshops, as well as personal consultations and farm site visits to help get your farm or garden up and running using Biodynamic principles and methods.
Ben serves as the volunteer Colorado and Mountain West Coordinator for the North American Biodynamic Apprenticeship Program (NABDAP) For more information visit on the NABDAP PROGRAM, please visit: www.biodynamics.com/nabdap
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