WAPF Calendar Archive 2015

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Jan 23-25
Lincroft, NJ
NOFA-NJ Winter Conference featuring Sally Fallon Morell, Joseph Heckman, John Ikerd, Pam Schoenfeld and others. Contact: www.nofanj.org/winterconference.htm.

Jan 24
Plano, TX
Chapter meeting/workshop
Saturday 9:30-12:30 at Davis Public Library, 7501-B Independence Pkwy., Plano, TX 75025.
RSVP:  care@healthworkstx.com

Jan 31
Driebergen, Netherlands
Wise Traditions Holland conference featuring Sally
Fallon Morell and others. Contact: congres.westonprice.nl

Feb 7-8
Limerick, Ireland
Wise Traditions Ireland conference featuring Natasha Campbell-McBride and Sally Fallon Morell and others. Contact: www.wapfmunster.com.

Feb 21     
Brandywine, MD
Butter is Back! Nourishing Traditional Diets and The Oiling of America by Sally Fallon Morell.  Contact: info@westonaprice.org.
March-April
White Bear Lake Area, MN
White Bear Lake Area WAPF meetings will be canceled for March & April only, and will resume in May
April 16
Medina, OH
“H2O with Dr. Tim Weeks and Dr. Amanda Weeks
THIRDThursday, April 16, 6:30PM RSVP:  330-764-3434
wbhohiomarketing@gmail.com At Whole Body Health Clinic
4483 Weymouth Rd.
Medina Ohio, 44256
May 22-24
Plymouth, WI
Spring Foraging: May 22, 23 and 24, 2015 (Friday evening 6pm-Sunday 4pm) The theme for this weekend will be spring food and medicine.  Guest instructor for this session will be Samuel Thayer, author of Foragers Harvest and Nature’s Garden!
For more information see: http://moonwiseherbs.com/programs/wild-plant-series/
June 36
Burlington, VT

To help kick off Nourish Vermont, the Farmhouse Tap & Grill will present specials that reflect the core principles of traditional diets, inspired by the teachings of Weston A. Price. The menu will feature cultured and fermented treats from local producers Folk Foods, Flack Family Farm & more!  Location: Farmhouse Tap & Grill, Burlington

For more information and event information for each day, see http://shelburnefarms.org/calendar/event/nourish-vermont-traditional-foods-and-health-gathering

June 20
Chambersburg, PA
Seminar on Healthy Traditional Diets with Sally Fallon Morell

July 17-18
Millersburg, OH
Family Farm Field Day – Lloyd & Edna Miller Farm
Fri. Eve 4:00 – 8:30 PM
Sat. 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
See brochure

If you have any questions call:
Lloyd Miller (330) 674-4267
cell: (330) 275-7759
Jerry Miller (330) 893-1470
email contact:
dmiller@advancingecoag.com

Sept 12
Kannapolis, NC
Nourishing Tables Cooking Classes
Traditional foods cooking classes Time – 2:00-6:00
Contact: nourishingtables.com, Christine Williams, shinewellmt@gmail.com

Sept 19
Kannapolis, NC
Nourishing Tables Cooking Classes
Traditional foods cooking classesTime – 11:00-2:00
Contact: nourishingtables.com, Christine Williams, shinewellmt@gmail.com

Oct 2-4
Plymouth, WI
Fall Focus on Mushrooms: October 2, 3 and 4, 2015 (Friday evening 6pmSunday 4pm) The theme for this session will be foraging for edible mushrooms. Guest instructors for this session will be Sarah and Nick Jordan.
For more information see: http://moonwiseherbs.com/programs/wild-plant-series/

Oct 10
Kannapolis, NC
Nourishing Tables Cooking Classes
Traditional foods cooking classesTime – 11:00-2:00
Contact: nourishingtables.com, Christine Williams, shinewellmt@gmail.com

Nov 13-16
Anaheim, CA
Wise Traditions 16th Annual International Conference

December 11-12
Bluffton, GA
Why Sustainability Isn’t Enough
White Oak Pastures and Andrew College host a 2-day event featuring holistic management expert, Allan Savory. Allan, one of the greatest thinkers of our time, has spent decades researching Regenerative Agriculture and using livestock to rebuild healthy soils.

White Oak Pastures is one of the Savory Institute’s newest hubs: http://savory.global/network

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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