George Kuepper

Sustainable and Organic Agriculture


George Kuepper was farm-raised in Wisconsin. He earned a BA in Geography and an MS in Agronomy from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He has spent his career working with sustainable and organic agriculture in research, education, regulation, consultation, and project management.

He began investigating radionics in the mid-1980s to address problems with crops he couldn’t solve by other means. His efforts were highly successful and he has continued with radionics and dowsing ever since. George continues to study subtle energies and farming in Northwest Arkansas. His specific interest is merging radionics and dowsing practice with Biodynamic agriculture.

Accolades & Achievements

  • Author of Radionics, Reality, & Man 

  • Author of Plants, Soils, Earth Energy, & Radionics

  • Author of Radionics in Agriculture (with Steve Diver)

  • USPA Board Member

  • Worked on sustainable and organic agriculture for  The Center for the Biology of Natural Systems in St. Louis, The National Center for Appropriate Technology (ATTRA), and the Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture in Oklahoma.

George Kuepper – 2019 USPA Presentation

Title: An Interactive Session with Radionics Practitioners (coordinated & moderated by George, with others)

Brief Description: This is a continuation of the “Hands-On” session of Radionics 101 that is scheduled on Thursday evening, July 25th.

This session is limited to participants from the Radionics 101 Workshop that will have been held on Thursday, July 25th.  This is a continuation of the “Hands-On” session that is scheduled that evening.  It is a chance for Radionics 101 participants to talk one-on-one with the instructors if they have further questions or missed the evening session.

Students will:

  • Have additional opportunities to try radionics instruments.

  • Have one-on-one and/or small group access to several radionics practitioners to get personal advice and get their questions answered.