Testimonials Needed for Montel Williams’ Book on Healthy Living
Talk show host Montel Williams said on a recent show about parenting and feeding children how important it is to get children off junk food. And he is currently writing a book about how a whole foods and raw foods diet is helping him deal with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). He is soliciting stories for the book, as stated on his website: “I am writing a new book about healthy living, and I’d love to tell the world your story. If you have changed your life through healthy eating and/or exercise, send me an email explaining your transformation. I may excerpt and adapt your comments for my new book. This is our chance for you and me to inspire the world!” What might happen if Weston A. Price Foundation members flooded his inbox with stories about how our health and our children’s health improved through nourishing traditional diets? If you are willing to share your story, please go to his website and fill in the contact form using the topic “Share Your Personal Story”: http://www.montelshow.com/show/tell-us/submit/other/1026/.
Dee Creek Farm Needs Help with Legal Expenses Related to Raw Milk
Dee Creek Farms in Woodland, Washington, is facing extensive legal bills related to court costs in fighting the Washington State Department of Agriculture. The farm had their cows illegally embargoed for 19 months and was illegally penalized $8,000. They would like to bring suit against the state for these actions but lack funds. Anyone who can contribute to the farm’s expenses may send checks to Anita Puckett, Dee Creek Farm, P.O. Box 1936, Woodland, WA 98674. For background on their situation, see http://realmilk.com/washington-lessons-learned.html.
Testimonials Needed Regarding Mandatory Almond Pasteurization
WAPF is working with the Cornucopia Institute in gathering information to fight the FDA’s new mandatory almond pasteurization mandate. If you or someone you know depends on raw almonds in their diet, please contact us with details (email email@example.com with subject line “Mandatory Almond Pasteurization”).
California Members Tell Trader Joe’s to Carry Organic Pastures Raw Milk
A general manager of Trader Joe’s in California said that if enough people demanded it, they would carry Organic Pastures’ raw milk in their stores. So please call, fax, write, or email your local Trader Joe’s and tell them you would like them to carry Organic Pastures raw milk! You can find a list of all Trader Joe’s locations with addresses and phone numbers at traderjoes.com.
Sustainable Settings 4th Annual Harvest Festival 2007 (Colorado), August 18-19
Sustainable Settings’ 4th Annual Harvest Festival 2007 will be held Saturday August 18th from 9am to 6pm and Sunday August 19th from 4pm to 9pm in Carbondale Colorado. The theme this year is “Global Issues, Local Solutions: A ‘Harvest’ of Ideas for a Durable Future.” Saturday speakers include Jeffrey Smith, Sally Fallon, Richard Manning, Will Winter, and Brook Le Van. Wine tasting, “beyond organic” local food, and much more.
Northeast Animal Power Field Days (Vermont) September 29-30
Conservation, stewardship, small farms, healthy forests, and the roles they play in vital rural communities will be highlighted at an upcoming event in Tunbridge Vermont. The 2007 Northeast Animal-Power Field Days will be held at the Tunbridge Fair-Grounds on September 29th and 30th. This two-day trade fair and conference will present resources for farmers, loggers, and forest landowners pursuing the use of draft animals as part of their land-based livelihoods. The Northeast Animal-Power Field Days is a gathering dedicated to the use of horses, mules, and oxen, and promoting stewardship of forests and farmland. It will feature exhibit space for equipment, resources, and services that support sustainable farming and forestry, and animal-powered enterprises. There will be field demonstrations of equipment, workshops, and panel presentations by notable experts and supporters of small-scale diversified farming and logging with draft animals. For more information, to reserve exhibit space, or to help with sponsorship, please contact: Carl Russell and Lisa McCrory, Earthwise Farm & Forest, 341 Macintosh Hill Rd., Randolph, VT 05060, Phone: (802) 234-5524, E-mail: lmccrory (at) together.net .🖨️ Print post
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