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Check out our Children’s Program!

Friday, November 7

7:00-7:45

Gentle Yoga- Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.

8:00-8:45

Secrets of Sitting Comfortably- Small adjustments to your sitting posture can make a big difference in how you feel. Learn simple and effective tips for ease and comfort

8:00-5:30

Registration

10:00-12:00

Track Lectures (see below)

12:00-1:30

Lunch and Visit Sponsoring Exhibits (menu)

1:30-3:00

Track Lectures (see below)

3:00-3:30

Visit Sponsoring Exhibits

3:30-5:00

Track Lectures (see below)

6:30-8:00

Buffet Dinner (menu)

8:00-10:00

Choice of Evening Activities (see below)

Track I: Traditional Diets

10:00-12:00

Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part I (Sally Fallon Morell)

1:30-3:00

Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part II (Sally Fallon Morell)

3:30-5:30

Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part III (Sally Fallon Morell)

Track II: The Gut and Psychology Syndrome

10:00-12:00

The Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Part I (Natasha Campbell-McBride)

1:30-3:00

The Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Part II (Natasha Campbell-McBride)

3:30-5:30

The Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Part III (Natasha Campbell-McBride)

Track III: Environmental Health

10:00-12:00

The Healthy Home and Bedroom: Creating a Non-Toxic, Healing Haven with Bau-Biologie (Mary Cordaro)

1:30-3:00

Improving Your Health with a “Nontoxic” Home (Debra Lynn Dadd)

3:30-5:30

Metal Toxicity: A Primer on New Tools, Insights, and Discoveries
for Resolving Controversies and for Restoring Our Health
(Galen D. Knight, PhD)

Track IV: Food Preparation

(Note: These are powerpoint presentations, not cooking demonstrations)

10:00-12:00

Wild Cuisine: Ancient Food, Ancient Wisdom (Claudia Keel and Dina Falconi)

1:30-3:00

Manageable Mozzarellia (Katherine Mowbray)

3:30-5:30

Lacto-Fermented Sodas Made Simple (Larry Wisch)

Track V

Legal Issues for Raw Milk, NAIS, and Direct Sales

10:00-12:00

Hot Topics (Gary Cox, Judith McGeary, Marc Stimpert, Robert Irons, PhD)

1:30-3:00

Making a Difference (David Gumpert, Judith Mc Geary, Mark Kastel)

3:30-5:30

Farm-to-Consumer Connection (Mark Kastel, Mark McAfee, Michael Schmidt, Taaron Meikle)

Evening Activities

I. The Life of the Cell, Chris Masterjohn
II. The Two Faces of Trans Fatty Acids, Bev Teter, PhD
III. Michael Schmidt: Organic Hero or Bioterrorist? Film and Discussion with Michael Schmidt

Saturday, November 8

6:00-6:45

Gentle Yoga- Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.

7:00-7:45

Pain-Free Moving in Daily Activities- Sitting, standing, bending, walking: learn simple and effective ways to use your body with greater ease and comfort.

8:00-5:30

Registration

9:00-9:30

Introduction: Weston A. Price on Mental & Emotional Health, Sally Fallon

9:30-10:45

The Fat-Soluble Vitamins and Mental Health, Chris Masterjohn

11:00-12:15

Dental Obstacles to Mental and Emotional Health, Louisa Williams, ND

12:15-1:45

Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)

1:45-3:00

MSG’s Effects on Neurological Function, Jack Samuels

3:15-4:30

Reclaiming Our Traditional Moods, Julia Ross

4:30-6:00

Visit Exhibits

6:00-10:00

Awards Banquet (menu)
Keynote Address: Don’t Put That in Your Mouth!
Keynote Speaker: Jeffrey Smith, Anti-GMO Activist

Sunday, November 9

6:00-6:45

Gentle Yoga- Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.

7:00-7:45

Deep Tension Release- Learn techniques you can do at home to release deep muscle tension, lower adrenaline levels, and restore your body to a state of calm balance. Wear clothes that allow you to move comfortably. Be prepared to lie on the floor.

7:30-5:30

Registration

9:00-10:20

Track Lectures (see below)

10:30-11:50

Track Lectures (see below)

11:50-1:30

Cheese Taste Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)

1:30-2:50

Track Lectures (see below)

2:50-4:00

Visit Exhibits

4:00-5:20

Track Lectures (see below)

5:30-6:30

Closing Ceremony: Mark Kastel, President, The Cornucopia Institute
The Corporate Takeover of Organic Agriculture: Who Really Owns the Organic Label and Controls Fresh/Local Food?

Track I: Mental and Emotional Health

9:00-10:20

The Night Shift: Rebuilding the Body Factory through Quality Sleep (Mary Morris, CRT, RPSGT)

10:30-11:50

The Nutritional Cure for Alcohol and Drug Addiction (Julia Ross, MA, MFT)

1:30-2:50

Metals and the Mind (Theresa Vernon, LAc)

4:00-5:20

The Body’s Natural Feel-Good Chemicals–Natural Mimics in the Plant World (Thomas Cowan, MD)

Track II: Heart Disease

9:00-10:20

The Oiling of America (Sally Fallon, MA)

10:30-11:50

What Causes Heart Attacks: Cardiotonics and the Heart (Thomas Cowan, MD)

1:30-2:50

Put Your Heart in Your Mouth: What Heart Disease Really Is and
What We Can Do to Prevent and Even Reverse It
(Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD)

4:00-5:20

Heart Rate Variability: A New Vital Sign (Beverly Rubik, PhD)

Track III: Iodine and Thyroid Health

9:00-10:20

The Perfect Storm,1970-2000: The Breast, Iodine Deficiency and Bromide Dominance (Lynne Farrow, MA)

10:30-11:50

Iodine in Thyroid and Total Body Health (Janet Lang, DC)

1:30-2:50

A Holistic Approach to Treating Thyroid Disorders: The Iodine Connection (David Brownstein, MD)

4:00-5:20

A New Look at Thyroid Function: Debunking Myths and Tuning the Thyroid for Optimal Energy and Mental Health (Galen D Knight, PhD)

Track IV: Weight Loss

9:00-10:20

When the Fat Hits the Fire: Practical Strategies for Weight Control with Real Food (Richard Morris)

10:30-11:50

Freedom from Addiction, Obesity & Disease Is As Simple As 1~2~3~4! (Paul Chek, HHP, NMT)

1:30-2:50

Eat Fat, Lose Fat (Sally Fallon, MA)

4:00-5:20

The Dangers of Weight Loss Products (Kaayla Daniel, PhD)

Track V: Subtle Energies

9:00-10:20

Life Force Explorations in Soils, Food and Health (Joseph Heckman, PhD)

10:30-11:50

The Human Biofield in Health and Healing (Beverly Rubik, PhD)

1:30-2:50

Subtle Energies and the Pioneering Work of Dr. Hazel Parcells (Kaayla Daniel, PhD)

4:00-5:20

Science Discovers the Biological and Atmospheric Life Energy (James DeMeo, PhD)

Monday, November 10

9:00 – 4:00

Chapter Leaders Meeting: Focus on Activisim with Jeffrey Smith and Mark Kastel
Farm Tour with Kathy O’Brien*
ThreeStone Hearth Tour*
Cheese Making/Crockpot Cooking Workshop*

*Additional fees apply. Space is extrmemely limited so be sure to
secure your space today.

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