WISE TRADITIONS 2013 Fourteenth International Conference
of the Weston A. Price Foundation
Sheraton Downtown Atlanta Hotel – Atlanta, Georgia
CURING THE INCURABLE:
Holistic Therapies for Chronic Disease
Friday, November 8 – Saturday, November 9 – Sunday, November 10
Plus special activities Thursday, November 7 and Monday, November 11
Thursday: Chapter Leader Meeting and Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund Workshop and FundRAISER Dinner
Monday: Farm Tour, All Day Workshops on Homeopathy, Cooking, Movement and Raw Milk
Click here for details or register directly at:
or call 304-724-3006.
LOCATION AND ACCOMODATION
The conference will be held at the Sheraton Downtown Atlanta Hotel. A special conference hotel rate of $149, plus applicable taxes and fees, is available until October 14, 2013. Self-parking is $22 per day; Valet Parking is $29 per day. Phone (800) 833-8624 and identify yourself with Wise Traditions Conference/WAPF 2013 or use the code WPK6A. Or reserve online at https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/WestonAPriceWiseTraditionsConference2013.
WHY REGISTER EARLY?
· Save up to $50 in conference fees by registering at our early bird registration rate if you register by September 16.
· NEW THIS YEAR – Once registered, you are eligible for a number of drawings for items provided by various sponsors, exhibitors and speakers.
Ton Baars, PhD, raw milk expert from Germany
Ted Beals, MD, raw milk safety expert
Dean Bonlie, DDS, magnetism expert
Adriano Borgna, MSAc, LAc, expert on Chinese medicine
David Brownstein, MD, author of Overcoming Thyroid Disorders
Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom (NA)
Gianaclis Caldwell, author of Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking
Tom Cowan, MD, author of The Fourfold Path to Healing
Hannah Crum, http://www.kombuchakamp.com
Kaayla Daniel, PhD, author of The Whole Soy Story
Donald R. Davis, PhD, nutrition researcher
Emily Deans, MD, evolutionary psychiatry blog
Sally Fallon Morell, MA author of Nourishing Traditions
Pat Foreman, author of Chicken Tractor, City Chicks
Esther Gokhale, L Ac, author of 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back
Nick Gonzalez, MD, author of One Man Alone
Deborah Gordon, MD, of Madrona Homeopathy and http://www.DrDeborahMD.com
Shannon Hayes, PhD, author of Long Way on a Little
Joseph Heckman, PhD, soil specialist
Don Huber, PhD, researcher and GMO expert
Lupa Irie, traditional foods expert
Anore Jones, author of The Plants We Eat
Pete Kennedy, Esq, President, the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
Leslie Manookian, producer of The Greater Good
Chris Masterjohn, PhD expert on fat-soluble vitamins
Richard Maurer, ND, www.fatbackdiet.com
Andi Locke Mears, expert on German New Medicine
Joseph Mercola, DO, http://www.mercola.com, author of Take Control of Your Health
Ann Marie Michaels, social media and traditional foods expert
Konstantin Monastyrsky, author of Fiber Menace
John Moody, author of Food Club and Co-op Handbook
Judith Mudrak, Bern, Switzerland chapter leader
Sylvia Onusic, PhD, CNS, LDN, nutrition researcher
Sarah Pope, author of The Healthy Home Economist blog
Forrest Pritchard, author of Gaining Ground
Janisse Ray, author of The Seed Underground
Kate Rheaume-Bleue, ND, author of Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Factor
Joann Rogers, author of Keeping a Family Cow
Mark Schauss, MBA, DB, author of Achieving Victory Over a Toxic World
Kim Schuette, CN, Certified GAPS Practitioner, on GAPS and mental health
Stephanie Seneff, PhD, expert on sulphur and vitamin D
Heather Tubbs, Snellville/Stone Mountain, Georgia chapter leader
Mark Vorderbruggen, PhD, wild plant expert
Andrew Wakefield, MD, gastroenterologist and vaccine expert
Cole Ward, author of The Gourmet Butcher
Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND, author of Radical Medicine
TOPICS – See full schedule at http://conferences.westonaprice.org/main-conference/2013-schedule/
Sulphur and Chronic Disease
Science of Farming Track
Farming & Gardening Track
Curing the Incurable Track
Our Toxic World Track
Native Ways Track
Chronic Disease Track
Making It Practical Track
PLUS Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund Full-Day Workshop with Joel Salatin and FundRAISER Dinner/Dance/Debate Thursday, November 7
For more information visit www.farmtoconsumer.org/events or call (703) 208-3276.
ROOM SHARE/RIDE SHARE
Access our online bulletin board at: https://www.ptfassociates.com/secure/wisetraditions/forum/.
The Wise Traditions Conference is pleased to provide a children’s program for this year’s meeting. $210 for Friday to Sunday, includes Friday lunch, Friday dinner, Saturday lunch and Sunday brunch or $100 per child with no meals. Children 3 – 12 who are potty trained are welcome to Wise Traditions 2013 as long as they are enrolled in our children’s program. For the sake of other conference attendees, we ask that parents refrain from taking children to the conference sessions.
For children’s meals you may select Gluten-Free (GF) and/or Casein-Free (CF).
Also note: There will be no child care provided for infants and children under age 3.
As always, the conference will feature delicious traditional foods. Participants requiring gluten-free or casein-free meals will be served in a separate buffet with the exception of the Saturday banquet which is GF/CF with items containing gluten and/or casein served on the side. If you wish to have this option, please select the GF and/or CF option on your registration form.
The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund provides a FundRAISER breakfast. Note: Breakfast items are additional and are not included in the conference fee. All proceeds benefit the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund.
SPONSORSHIP/EXHIBITION AND FOOD DONOR INFORMATION
For information about sponsoring or exhibiting, please visit https://www.ptfassociates.com/secure/wisetraditions/2013Sponsor-Exhibitor_Information.pdf,
or contact Paul Frank at PTF Associates at (304) 724-3006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those interested in exhibiting or donating food and/or drink, please be sure to review the 2013 Food and Beverage Guidelines at https://www.ptfassociates.com/secure/wisetraditions/2013Food_Donation_Needs.pdf.
Space for sponsor and exhibiting is limited; early registration is a must!
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
CEUs are available for RNs and LAcs for $65. Nutritionists and RDs need only the $5 certificate of attendance.
Register securely online at:
or phone 304-724-3006 Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm Eastern Time.