This event will be an educational experience for both raw milk devotees and those curious to learn both sides of the issue.
Kim will discuss the controversy, food politics surrounding the issue, while also sharing true-life experiences of the healing properties of fresh milk.
Other topics of discussion:
* What’s in a glass of Milk?
* Controversy and Food Politics of Fresh Milk
* Why Farm Fresh Milk is an Important Food Trend
* How Traditional Dairying Benefits Rural Economies
* Real Life Healing Stories with Raw Dairy
Kimberly Hartke, author of the blog Hartkeisonline.com, brings many voices of the local foods movement to the rest of the world. Over 400,000 readers from 122 countries have visited her blog about nutrition, natural health and food politics. She is a featured blogger on the VillageGreenNetwork.com, an Organizer of the 1300 member Northern Virginia Whole Foods Nutrition Meetup as well as the publicist for Sally Fallon Morell, the author of Nourishing Traditions cookbook. Kimberly found her way into the whole and real food “movement,” while looking for non-medical alternatives to her families’ health issues.
Additional location information:
Steps from the Blue Line Logan Square stop.
Pay parking lot just north of the church, by the CTA bus station.