Bionutrient Rich Crop Production Workshop in Eastern Ohio

  • Nov 9, 2013 · 7:00 PM

Hello Growers (please read very carefully)

I am pleased to announce Dan Kittredge's return visit for a 2nd Bionutrient Rich Crop Production Workshop:

Saturdays, November 9, 2013, & March 22, 2014, at Wholesome Valley Farm, 927 U.S. 62 , Wilmot, OH 44689, (330)[masked], Registration deadline of Friday, Nov. 1. Cost is $174 for 2 sessions plus 2 meals. A wonderful local foods meal will be included. If desired, bring extra funds to pick from the myriad of local farm products at the store.

Included below is a list of hyperlinks about the Bionutrient Food Association (BFA), Biological Approach to crop production, Soil Health related to Human Health, current poor nutritional quality of select samples of fruits and vegetables, etc. Please share these hyperlinks with others! These should help increase the interest and quality of the discussion that will take place at the workshop. Check out the Workshop page of the BFA website ( Scroll all the way to the bottom for online registration or contact the Course Administrator for Scholarships: Gary Neves, gary (at)bionutrient (dot) org[masked]-6804.

One last note there are 2 Other Workshops scheduled for Ohio (
(1) Thursdays, November 7, 2013, & March 20, 2014, at Rockefeller Park Greenhouse, 750 East 88th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44108, (216)[masked],
(2) Fridays, November 8, 2013, & April 4, 2014, at Ohio State Grange of Patrons of Husbandry, 14 W State St, Amesville, Ohio 45711

Soil Test =

Brix =

2011 Nutrient Guide =, data showing the overall decline in nutrition or quality or bionutrient level of the average fruit and average vegetable, from 1975 to 2010.

Videos =

Medical Doctor presentation connecting Soil Health to Human Health =

Bionutrient Food Association YouTube Channel =

Research Project of a Bionutrient Meter:

Julie Rawson showing off almost perfect looking tomatoes, from a greenhouse they were previously considering abandoning due to poor production =

Real Food Campaign YouTube Channel =

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