River Road Gardens is a small urban intensive vegetable farm utilizing biodynamic farming methods. Located right in the heart of the Finger Rock Watershed of the Santa Catalina Mountains in Tucson, AZ.
Began operation in the Fall of 2008 on the property of the Tucson Waldorf School’s River Bend Campus - 3605 East River Road. Nestled on a former horse ranch at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains, immaculately maintained garden beds are islands of green in an otherwise arid landscape. Here farmers Jon McNamara and Emily Mabry are developing a unique biodynamic urban oasis on the grounds of the Tucson Waldorf School.
The goal of human evolution is love according to Rudolf Steiner. Sounds beautiful huh? But just how exactly is that lived in everyday life? Our brand new course 'Sex, Love and Intimacy in the Light of Anthroposophy' with Karla Cryer will explore just that. The weekday evening option starts THIS THURSDAY 2 May... A weekend option begins 9 June.
People grow up believing they live within a story … What is the story we believe we are living within? Where is our narrative going? This is how college tutor Fiona Campbell begins to describe the course she is teaching at our upcoming Open Residential. The course is 'Evolution of Human Consciousness' and it has been a firm favourite in both the Advanced Diploma and Distance Learning courses whenever she has taught it.
Anthroposophy, the name of Steiner's philosophy, can be difficult to describe (let alone, say!) but one way of putting it is that this is a way of life that looks at and lives from what is truly important. If you 'd like to explore that notion then the two weekend Anthroposophy taster is for you, it runs 11 - 12th and 25 - 26th May