WAPF Calendar Archive 2002


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April, 2002
In April, the Weston A. Price Foundation participated in CardioVascular Health 2002, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. Among many exhibitors promoting lowfat, high carbohydrate diets, we were a voice of sanity for nutrient-dense traditional diets, rich in animal fats. We handed out a press release with the title “Cholesterol Theory Wipes Out Human Race,” (posted at www.westonaprice.org) which brought many visitors to our booth, including Dr. Daniel McBride, a principal author of the New Cholesterol Guidelines. We also supplied all participants with our 12-page brochure and numerous reprints on the subject of dietary fats.

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Sally Fallon and Mary Enig tackle the diet-heart idea at CardioVascular Health 2002.

Jan 9
Columbia, MD:
“The Pioneering Work of Dr. Weston Price.” Presentation by Sally Fallon, sponsored by David’s Natural Market.

Jan 19
Winter Haven, FL:
Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon

Jan 19
Enosburg, VT:
Food Sampling & Nutrition Seminar lead by Doug Flack at the Flack Family Farm

Jan 25-27
Seneca Falls, NY:
Northease Organic Farming Association, NY Conference. Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon.

Feb 5-6
Steven’s Point, WI:
Wisconsin Grazing Conference. “Splendor From the Grass” and Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon.

Feb 8-9
State College, PA:
Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture Annual Conference. Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon.

Feb 15-16
Aurora, NE:
Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society Annual Conference. “The Oiling of America” and Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon.

Feb 21-23
Lititz, PA:
Health & Farming conference sponsored by the Homeopathic Medical Society of Pennsylvania.

Feb 28
Annapolis, MD: “Dirty Secrets of the Food Processing Industry” by Sally Fallon.

Mar 23
Shepherstown, WV:
Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon.

April 11-13
Alexandria, VA:
CardioVascular Health 2002 sponsored by National Institutes of Health. The Weston A. Price Foundation will have a booth.

April 12-14
Cleveland, OH:
Healthy Referral International Life Expo. Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon at the International Life Expo.

April 27-28
Washington, DC: Wise Traditions 2002, the third annual conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation.

May 5
Enosburg Falls, VT:
Bird Walk and Breakfast on an Ecological Farm, at the Flack Family Farm.

May 15
Rockville, MD:
Uffe Ravnskov, Author of The Cholesterol Myths, lectures at Montgomery County College.

May 16
Allentown, PA:
Free lecture on Fermented Foods by Jerry Brunetti. Topics to be discussed include the process and benefits of fermentation. Lehigh County Senior Citizens Center.

May 16
Annapolis, MD:
Uffe Ravnskov, Author of The Cholesterol Myths, lectures at the Annapolis Raddison Hotel.

May 17
Washington, DC:
Uffe Ravnskov, Author of The Cholesterol Myths, gives a Joseph Henry Lecture sponsored by the Philosophical Society of Washington at The Cosmos Club, 2121 Massachusetts Ave, NW

May 20
Washington, DC:
Uffe Ravnskov, Author of The Cholesterol Myths, lectures at Georgetown University.

May 22
West Roxbury, MA:
Uffe Ravnskov, Author of The Cholesterol Myths, lectures at Medical Grand Rounds, West Roxbury Veterans Administration Hospital

May 23
Boston, MA:
Uffe Ravnskov, Author of The Cholesterol Myths, lectures at Clinical Pathology Conference, Brigham & Women’s Hospital

June 17
Milford, NH: Nourishing Traditions Interest Group Meeting, 7-9pm, Wadleigh Memorial Library, Milford, NH. Check out the interesting article in the Spring 2001 issue of WISE TRADITIONS, entitled, “Making the Transition: Seven Tips to Enhance Digestion and Get the Most Out of Foods You Eat.” If you get a chance read it, or something related. Please bring something to share. Hope you can join us!

July 1
Enosburg Falls, VT:
“Medicinal Herbs in Our Pastures, Fields, and Forests” at the Flack Family Farm.

July 9
Enosburg Falls, VT:
“Grazing School” at the Flack Family Farm.

July 19
Rockville, IN: “Seminar on Traditional Diets” with Sally Fallon plus Farm Day and Amish Farm Lunch.

Sept 4
Loudoun County, VA:
Joel Salatin, one of America’s most dynamic and innovative organic farmers, will discuss the future of food and farming at 6 pm, Wednesday, September 4, in Loudoun County, VA at the Lovettsville Game Club (Rt. 287, just before the Lovettsville town line). The program is presented by the Mid-Atlantic Biodynamic Food and Farming Conference Committee and Gardening for the Future.

Sept 13-15
Claryville, NY: Green Nations Gathering. Speakers include leading herbalists and Sally Fallon presenting “Seminar on Traditional Diets.”

Sept 13-15
Danby, VT:
Green Nations Gathering. Speakers include leading herbalists and Sally Fallon presenting Seminar on Traditional Diets.

Sept 10
Milford, NH: “Nourishing Traditions” Interest Group Meeting, Wadleigh Memorial Library,7-9PM. Our informal meetings welcome all who are interested in health/nutitiion. These meetings are open to those particularly interested in supporting, finding, creating, and consuming healthy foods. Join us & please bring something to share.

Sept 14
Milford, MI: “Growing Connections 2002,” an Organic Harvest Festival at the Kensington Metropark Farm Center, 10 am – 6 pm. Healthy Traditions Network (the Detroit and Lapeer, Michigan Chapters of the Weston A. Price Foundation) in partnership with Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance will present a harvest festival to bring farmers and families together to understand the relationship of our food to our health and our Earth. Farmers Market, Exhibitors, Lectures & Workshops, Children’s Programs and Activities, Organic Food, Farm Fun & Hayrides.

Sept 19
Allentown, PA: The Great Milk Debate. Four knowledgeable speakers with contradictory positions on the value of milk in the diet will present their challenging ideas in “The Great Milk Debate.” Speaking and answering audience questions will be panelists: Helen Aceto, lecturer in the Section of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Pennsylvania; Jerry Brunetti, managing director of Agri-Dynamics, which deals with holistic products for livestock; Robert Cohen, outspoken “notmilk” author and activist; and Erik Von Kiel, doctor of family medicine whose practice uses alternative protocols for improving the quality of life. Hear the experts present their cases and answer your questions. Lehigh County Senior Citizens Center, 1633 Elm Street, Allentown, PA.

Sept 20-22
Unity, ME: The Maine Chapter will have a table in the Social Concerns tent at the Common Ground Country Fair of the Maine Organic Farming and Gardening Association. We will have Nourishing Traditions, The Cholesterol Myths, and Wise Traditions for sale, as well as all WAPF leaflets to pass out, and copies of Know Your fats and Nutrition and Physical Degeneration in our display. We anticipate 60,000 people at the Fair!

Sept 28
East Hampton, NY: The Ross School sponsors “Seminar on Traditional Diets” by Sally Fallon.

Sept 29
Germantown, WI: Healthy Families, Healthy Communities with Nourishing Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon. Proceeds support legal efforts for raw milk in Wisconsin.

Oct 11
Martha’s Vineyard, MA: “The Oiling of America” by Sally Fallon.

Oct 11-13
Schaumberg, IL: 25th Annual National Dental Seminar in Homeopathy.

Oct 12
Enosburg Falls, VT: Workshop on lacto-fermented foods with Sarah Flack.

Oct 12
Martha’s Vineyard, MA: “Seminar on Traditional Diets” by Sally Fallon.

Oct 12
Santa Monica, CA: Mark McAfee of Organic Pastures Dairy (OrganicPastures.com) will discuss the extensive health benefits of raw dairy products. He will also discuss–and dispel –the most frequently heard myths about the dangers of raw dairy. An engaging and informative speaker, Mark will also allow plenty of time for Q&A. 1-4pm, Santa Monica Main Library Auditorium, 1343 6th St, SM 90401 (corner of 6th Street and Santa Monica Boulevard). Free.

Oct 18
Beverly (Boston), MA: Cape Ann Waldorf School presents “The Oiling of America” by Sally Fallon.

Oct 19
Beverly (Boston), MA: Cape Ann Waldorf School presents “Seminar on Traditional Diets” by Sally Fallon.

Oct 21
Los Angeles, CA:
Chapter meeting, 7-10pm.

Oct 28
Santa Monica, CA:
Chapter meeting, 7-9:30pm.

Nov 2:
Gettysburg, PA: “Seminar on Traditional Diets” by Sally Fallon.

Nov 2
Hannover, PA:
“Seminar on Traditional Diets” by Sally Fallon.

Nov 7-9
Arlington, VA: National Vaccine Information Center hosts Third International Public Conference on Vaccination.

Nov 8-10
Eugene, OR:
“Our Animals & Their Plight,” The 2002 Biodynamic Agriculture conference.

Nov 15:
Excelsior (Minneapolis), MN: Spring Hill School presents “The Oiling of America” by Sally Fallon.

Nov 16:
St. Cloud, MN: One-day conference featuring Amazon John and “Seminar on Traditional Diets” by Sally Fallon.

Nov 17
Staples, MN:
“Seminar on Traditional Diets” by Sally Fallon, with introduction to local farms.

Nov 20
Milford, NH: Nourishing Traditions Healthy Foods Interest Group Meeting, 7-9pm, Wadleigh Memorial Library (Upstairs), Milford, NH. Join us, and please bring something to share. We have lively and informal discussions related to nutrient dense eating and always share in learning. Often attendees bring foods to sample. Many of the food recipes are from our the informative cookbook entitled, “Nourishing Traditions” authored by Sally Fallon.

Tim Boyd was born and raised in Ohio, graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in computer engineering, and worked in the defense industry in Northern Virginia for over 20 years. During that time, a slight case of arthritis led him to discover that nutrition makes a difference and nutrition became a serious hobby. After a pleasant and satisfying run in the electronics field, he decided he wanted to do something more important. He is now arthritis free and enjoying his dream job working for the Weston A. Price Foundation.

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