Wise Traditions 2007, our 8th annual conference, is fast approaching. We are very pleased to announce that Joel Salatin, pioneer of grass-based farming and author of “Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal” will be our speaker at the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, November 11. He will also join us for the Right-to-Farm panel discussion on Saturday afternoon, and will be available during informal meetings of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. The Fund will be hosting soaked oatmeal breakfasts, with all the fixings, all three mornings of the conference.
October 1 Cut-Off Date
The cut-off date for advance conference registration is Monday, October 1. Prices increase after this date. Space this year is very limited and we may not even be able to accommodate full conference registration after that date. Full conference registration includes all delicious meals and the awards banquet featuring Canadian raw milk activist Michael Schmidt. So if you are planning to attend the full conference (including all the delicious meals), we urge you to register by Monday.
We have added more rooms to our reservation block but it looks as though the hotel will sell out for our event. So if you are planning to stay in the beautiful Westfields Marriott Hotel, don’t delay in making your reservation. Call (800)
627-7468 to reserve your room and be sure to mention the Weston A. Price Foundation to receive the reduced rate of $145 per night.
Sunday Evening Buffet
If you are making travel plans, please note that the hotel dining room will be open for no-host buffet dining on Sunday evening. (In previous years, the hotel dining room has been closed on Sunday evenings.)🖨️ Print post