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Biodynamic Farming : Between the Plate and the Planet

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Title: Biodynamic Farming : Between the Plate and the Planet
Author: Lunke, Kyle
Abstract: There are a number of reasons why food in the United States may be subjected to health, social, and environmental concerns. This thesis book examines regenerative agriculture and how the built environment may help to reverse the problematic trends of food in our daily lives. The architecture is a farm complex that practices and promotes regenerative agricultural methods. The design of the farm buildings and its surrounding environment is located in LaPointe on Madeline Island, Wisconsin.
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Farm buildings.
Animal housing.
La Pointe (Wis.)
Wisconsin.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16867

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