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Bruno Jorge R. Follador

Bruno was born in  Sao Paulo, Brazil where he studied Geography at the University of Sao Paulo (USP)  and biodynamic agriculture at the Pfeiffer Center. From 2006-08 he worked in the Atlantic Rain Forest with small banana farmers in a project to convert conventional farms into biodynamic operations. For the last six years he has  been involved in establishing Goethean Science at USP participating in the organization of numerous courses. Prior to going to Germany, where he has been working for the past two and half years as one of the researchers and consultants of the Ludolf Andreas lab, at the Andreashof, with composting and chromatography, he worked for one year as the gardener of the Camphill Community Heartbeet Lifesharing in VT.