Freedom, Equality, Altruism

New Sculpture by Martina Muller on Display at Hawthorne Valley

A recent sculptural work by artist and Art Teacher at Hawthorne Valley, Martina Muller is on display in the gardens between Read more…

The National to Throw Benefit Concert for Hawthorne Valley and Mass MoCA

Harlemville, NY – Hawthorne Valley is pleased to be partnering with Mass MoCA as part of a benefit show given Read more…

HVA Trustee awarded 2015 Green Business of the Year

Harlemville, NY – HVA Board Trustee Mary Cleaver’s company The Cleaver Co. was recognized today as the 2015 Green Business Read more…

Steinerian Economics explored in new book by Lamb and Hearn

Steinerian Economics: A Compendium, edited by Gary Lamb and Sarah Hearn, is a new collection of Steiner’s main ideas about the Read more…

Farm & Art Exhibition now open in NYC

GHENT, NY— Hawthorne Valley Association is pleased to announce the Hawthorne Valley Farm & Art Exhibition is open at La Read more…

Steinerian Economics: A New Work Edited by Gary Lamb and Sarah Hearn

A new, comprehensive collection of Rudolf Steiner’s statements on economics, compiled from all of his works currently available in English. Read more…

HVA Trustees and Staff receive recogntions and awards

GHENT, NY–Two members of Hawthorne Valley Association’s Board of Trustees and a staff member have recently received national recognition for Read more…

‘Gross National Wholeness’ essay by Martin Ping featured in Rodale Institute blog

Executive Director Martin Ping’s essay Gross National Wholeness is posted on the Rodale Institute’s Dig Deeper blog. “There are moments Read more…

BDA First Organization to Sponsor a 2014 Credere Grant

The Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association (BDA) has become the first organization to sponsor a 2014 Credere micro-grant offered by Read more…

Martin Ping guest writes for Rodale Institute

Martin Ping’s article “Replacing Hubris with Humus” appeared on Rodale Institute’s website this week. In the article, Ping explores the Read more…

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