IET’s areas of research are inspired by the work of Viktor Schauberger, as are our tools.
From the email invitation:
You are invited to participate in the 8th International Workshop on
Natural Energies (IWONE 2017), Friday August 4th – Sunday August 6th,
2017, at Höör (outside Malmö) in Sweden.
With two years since the last IWONE in 2015, it is time for a new
opportunity to present and discuss unconventional research in an open and relaxed atmosphere.
IWONE is a workshop covering non-traditional ways to affect water flow,
water quality, plants, weather and eco-systems, as well as
non-traditional alternative energy sources. Historically the workshop
has had a focus on ideas related to the Austrian naturalist Viktor
Schauberger. The workshop is organized by Institute of Ecological
Technology (IET) – a non-profit foundation and distributed
self-organizing research institute, situated in Sweden.
Focus areas for IWONE 2017 will be:
* Non-traditional alternative energy sources
* Alternative water flow
* How to structure alternative research on water
2 days seminar (in English)
Meet scientists and Schauberger-experts, visit the Schauberger-Archives at PKS -original manuscripts, models and prototypes from the laboratories of Viktor and his son Walter Schauberger. Learn more about life and work of the two scientists, water-mysteries and futuristic propulsion systems.
- Basics: The lives of and the research done by Viktor and Walter Schauberger
- The mysterious trout – preview of brand-new video-documents, showing the fish’s acceleration, filmed with high speed camera in natural alpine surrounding, proving Viktor Schauberger’s observations
- In-stream River Training inspired by Viktor Schauberger
- Evapo-Images of spring water, structured water, EaZy Water etc.
- Charged water, protons and the floating water bridge
- Microorganisms in electrified water
- Ezekiel’s quadrocopter, implosive flying
- Results from Scientific Research of Implosion Technology and some applications
- Franz Fitzke (D), Film-Maker
- Dr. Elmar C. Fuchs (A/NL), Wetsus Program Manager, www.wetsus.nl
- Dr. Astrid H. Paulitsch-Fuchs (A/NL), Senior Researcher, www.wetsus.nl
- Stephan Fuelling, Ph.D. (USA), Plasma Physics etc., University of Nevada, Reno,https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stephan_Fuelling
- Georg Schröcker (A), PKS
- Curt Hallberg (S), Institute of Ecological Technology, www.iet-community.org, www.watreco.com
- Joerg Schauberger (A), PKS, www.pks.or.at
- and others
Venue: PKS-Villa, Engleitenstr. 17, 4820 Bad Ischl, Austria
Fr., 5th – Sat., 6th of August at PKS
Conference Fee: EUR 190,00
Drinks and snacks included
Please contact: [email protected]
Accomodation: see http://badischl.salzkammergut.at/
Additional Bonus: On Sunday, 7th Aug., PKS invites to an Open Door-Day, where – mainly in German and in English, Schauberger-Prototypes and Experiments will be shown and discussed.
The should be more than a glint of bronze, too. From 14th May to 10th July.
In a beautiful marquee in the cloister gardens of Malmesbury Abbey in Wiltshire.
Look inside the marquee and you can see our tool rack. Oh, and Malmesbury Abbey is big …
IWONE 2015 will take place near Malmo in Sweden this August. It focuses on applications on Viktor Schauberger’s work, including water flow and land management. As our tools are one such application, we are happy to promote it!
Our next event, in two weeks’ time. We like the format of this. It should be like a Hay Festival of gardening. You only pay for the talks you want to go to listen to. Entry to the marquee (where we will be displaying the tools) is free.
Hope to see you there.
Back from a busy couple of days in Westminster.
Here is our stand with Jane and our friend and founder customer Bill, talking to visitors.
This year we were in the Lindley Hall. Here was the seed potato fair, in the centre of the hall.
There were lots of potatoes to choose from!
There was also a potato skittle alley
and wildlife, including Ellie the tarantula on the Owens Animals display.
A busy and enjoyable couple of days.
The RHS Shades of Autumn show was a delight to the eyes and senses.
Setting up our stall.
The view from our stand. The RHS Westminster halls were purpose-built for horticultural displays.
As always, the nurseries excelled themselves with innovative displays. We hope to be back next year!
The UK Biodynamic Association conference this year will be from 30 October – 2 November 2014 at Glasshouse College, Stourbridge, West Midlands.
Some of the workshops really catch my eye, for example:
- Soil quality and Minimum Till
- Back yard and allotment biodynamic gardening
- The biodynamic farm organism
Should be good!
Sometimes everything comes together just right – and it did for this show.
The sun shone, the displays were breathtaking, and you could feel everyone’s spirits lift at the sight of it all.
The nurseries excelled themselves with original displays.
There were snowdrops, of course.
And hellebores and daffodils, all beautifully presented.
One of our favourite stands was Hardys of Whitchurch, with a soft spread of cottage garden plants.
There was a flower arrangers’ stand, too.
Our stand was behind a display of irises.
In front of us was the citrus grove of Plants for Gifts.
This hand-made wooden wheelbarrow was part of our display. An enjoyable and exhausting couple of days.