For more information about activity in your area, contact our regional council representatives:

Eastern Region David Mansur

Central Region –  Marianne Fieber-Dhara;
for Central Regional Council members
and other information see the Central Region page.

Western Region –  Joan Treadaway, Prescott, Arizona
Other Western Regional Council members:
Daniel Bittleston, Santa Cruz, California
Micky Leach, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Rebecca Soloway, Portland, Oregon
For more on the region see the Western Region page.

Other initiatives arising out of anthroposophy are independently organized and administered. Most of these can be located in our "Directory of Organizations" section, including Waldorf schools, teacher training colleges and programs, medical clinics, Camphill communities, biodynamic farms or gardens, bookstores, or on the web sites of their respective associations. These include:

AWSNA, the Association of Waldorf Schools in North America

The Eurythmy Association of North America

The Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association

The Camphill Association of North America

The Physicians Association for Anthroposophic Medicine

The Association for Anthroposophic Medicine and Therapies in America

The Christian Community - Movement for Religious Renewal


There are nearly 120 groups and branches recognized by the Anthroposophical Society in America. Groups meet on a regular basis, some weekly, some monthly. In most cases, groups that have requested formal recognition have an on-going life and have built up a history of work together.

Contacts for local groups, websites

Click here for CONTACTS for our groups and branches.
NOTE: click at the top of a column to sort by ZIP, state, etc. The list is in several pages; please scroll through.

For branches that have their own WEBSITES please use the navigation links in the red sidebar at the right.>>>>

Recognized groups

There are no requirements that groups working out of anthroposophy become officially connected with the Anthroposophical Society or with a local group or branch of the Society.

Requesting formal recognition usually occurs when a group finds itself ready and able to shoulder responsibility for the life of the Anthroposophical Society in their area and wishes to link their efforts with those of the national and international societies. Types of recognized groups may include study groups, performing groups, or subject and interest groups.