RSF Social Finance Quarterly Newsletters

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RSF Social Finance Quarterly Newsletters

Each RSF Social Finance quarterly newsletters is dedicated to one of our focus areas: Food & Agriculture, Education & the Arts, Ecological Stewardship, and Social Finance.

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Benefits of a Biodynamic Education
Originally published in the Winter 2016 RSF Quarterly Abbot Hill in Wilton, New Hampshire, is home to High Mowing School, a Waldorf boarding high school, and Temple-Wilton Community Farm, one of the first biodynamic community supported agriculture (CSA) programs in...
Feb 8, 2016 9:05 AM ET
RSF Social Finance Winter Quarterly: What is the Nature in Art?
In the latest RSF Quarterly, we explore the role of nature in education and the arts. Brad Miller, a teacher at High Mowing School, shares with us the life lessons his students gain through their study of biodynamic horticulture. RSF’s John Bloom and Enrique Perez reflect on a sculpture recently gifted to RSF, and contemplate the...
Jan 15, 2016 10:15 AM ET
Leave It in the Ground: Carbon and the Future of the Planet
Originally published in the Fall 2015 RSF Quarterly by Stephanie and Chris Tebbutt, Filigreen Farm As farmers, we are rooted in the reality of place. Everything we do depends upon how we replenish and foster the six...
Dec 16, 2015 10:05 AM ET
DC Central Kitchen Is Rewriting the Book on Hunger
Originally published in the Fall 2015 RSF Quarterly by Megan Mendenhall When Robert Egger founded DC Central Kitchen (DCCK), he used his experience as a...
Nov 20, 2015 9:05 AM ET
RSF Social Finance Clients in Conversation: Growing with Integrity
Originally published in the Fall 2015 RSF Quarterly Kate Danaher,...
Nov 6, 2015 9:15 AM ET

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