ACRES USA 2011 conference and exhibition will be held in Columbus, Ohio next
year! Mark your calendars for the December 8-10, 2011 (Thu-Sat). See this year���s agenda
held last week. Being the host state for this sustainable
ag/eco-farming event, there will be special opportunities offered to
To be assured getting the agenda/registration information (and other
ALERTS), please join our FREE Alliance for Raw Milk Internationale in
all 50 states. Sign up with the ARMi mailing list by taking a 30-sec survey and get a free sample of Living Food. If you are from Ohio, please indicate the part of Ohio you are from.
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The Weston A. Price Foundation���s international food and health
conference will be held in Dallas in November 2011. This will be the
subject of our next ALERT through the ARMi system���so join up now!
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A group for those interested in leading a healthy and enjoyable life! Real whole food is delicious and good for you, and it should be fun to prepare and eat with friends and family. Learn about what "real food" is and why it is so important for our health.
We are focused on helping people eat fresh whole foods on a local and sustainable scale as much as possible. We will help you to avoid foods that are not good for you such as highly-processed foods, sugary foods, refined carbohydrates, and bad oils, among others. Thus following the basic principals of Dr. Weston A. Price.
This is a journey for all of us so whatever the goals are all are welcome. Whether you are looking to lose weight in a healthy, sustainable and enjoyable way or trying to feed your children a more nutrient-dense diet or even just trying to eat less fast food, this group is for you.
Our goal is health in a realistic and holistic sense. We are always trying to find ways to make eating real food more economical, more convenient and more fun. We welcome those faced with time and financial constraints and those who have come up with creative solutions for eliminating barriers to eating a healthy diet.
We hold regular informational meetings and hands-on food preparation workshops. Also, we sometimes hold film-screenings or have guest speakers on the topics of real foods, sustainable agriculture, seasonal and local eating, food politics, and nutrition. Potlucks, farm visits and community volunteer projects are also on the calendar.
Our goal is to create a dynamic community of lovers of food, health and life who are willing to grow and learn and share with others looking for happiness and holistic health in our homes and in the greater community.