Traditional Nutrition Guild and The Horticultural Society of New York
and Nourishing Cities a worker-owned Edible Landscaping Company
The Full Circle Series: Moving From the Head to the Heart and the Hands
Intimate conversations with innovative critical thinkers addressing the present challenges of our social, environmental, and economic landscapes. The series’ theme is: bringing into being the world we want to live in now with a focus on localized efforts.
The speakers range from small, local farmers & food activists to journalists & radical educators.
The first speaker in the series is:
Soil Expert and Organic Farmer
Director of Bionutrient Food Association
Soil is KEY to Quality Food. Can you dig it?
Is organically grown food more nutritious than food grown conventionally? The debate continues evidenced by the recent study released by Sanford University. Both sides discount the role of soil, the importance of mineralizing, and methods used to measure the nutrient density of food.
Moderated by KMO of the C-Realm podcast
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Seating is limited
There’s a ticket price right for you:
$10 –for people with incomes under $25,000
$20 - General Admission
$30 – Benefactor – subsidizes $10 seats
$100 – subscription series – 6 Full Circle events in a row
At the door all tickets - $30
About Dan Kittredge
An inquisitive second-generation organic farmer, Dan Kittredge advocates moving beyond organic. He has put together and is popularizing a system for "Bionutrient-Rich Crop Production," often abbreviated as "nutrient-dense farming." Kittredge started his experimenting with nutrient-dense principles on Many Hands Organic Farm in Barre, Massachusetts, where he grew up. Kittredge was spurred to explore the nutrient-dense paradigm after reflecting on the problem of mediocre yields and predictable insect and disease outbreaks on small organic farms. The Bionutient Food Association , bionutrient.org started as a project of The Real Food Campaign realfoodcampaing.org whose mission is to empower and educate farmers towards the production of quality food. BFA now has its own non-profit status and advocates for vital soils and nourishing food nationally. Today, Kittredge farms his own15-acre homestead where he raises grassfed beef, goat, sheep and a full spectrum of vegetables. Practicing what he preaches, he finds it very easy to make good money growing nutrient dense food.
Future Full Circle Speakers and dates:
Nov 9- Linda Tagliaferro on education for wisdom
Dec 14- Michael Goodwin on economix in pictures
Jan 11- Kathy McMahon of Peak Oil Blues - finding a way thru the dark
Feb 8- John Michael Greer on the magic of what’s real
Mar 8- Tiokasin Ghosthorse of First Voice Indigenous Radio on indigenous ways
April 12- Shelley Morhaim and Penny McDougal on End of Life ritual
May 10- Ken Greene of Hudson Valley Seed Library on our seedy legacy
Jun 14- John Ikerd, agricultural economist author of “Small Farms are Real Farms” and many others
And waiting in the wings
Brendan Martin of Working World
C.T. Butler – author of “On Conflict and Consensus”
Sheela Mierson talks about Sociocracy
KMO, host of the C-Realm podcast
And many, many others
....You’ll want to hear them all
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