Grow Your Health Atlanta Gathering
Monday, February 16, 2009 6:50 PM
Grow" Your Health Atlanta!
Event: "Grow" Your Health Atlanta!
Date: Sunday February 22, 2009
Time: 5pm - 8pm
Location: Trees Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
We invite you to join us for a special evening of food, fun, and health
empowering information. Have you every wished you could have your own fruit
orchard, but thought you need to live on some tropical island or in some
remote place to do so? Well, guess what? You can have your fruit orchard-as
well as a paradise of other beautiful foliage-right here in Atlanta. This
awesome event will discuss what you need to know about getting started in
growing fruit trees, some tips on organic gardening, native tree planting
and planning, as well as how to transform your health with a simple, but
profound, time tested strategy. We have expectations of a large attendance
at this event, so please RSVP as soon as possible. The event facility can
comfortably handle about 200 people. The address and directions of the event
facility can be found below.
The evening will be started with a vegetarian pot luck meal. Please bring a
dish (raw or cooked) to share with others. Our panel of three very talented,
eco-minded and good-hearted people will then follow the meal with the
intention of empowering all attendees with the knowledge they need to "grow"
their health right hear in Atlanta. Since this is the time for planting
trees, we have organized this event to help guide us in how to restore more
natural beauty to ourselves as well as the body of Mother Earth. Even if
live in an apartment, condo, or small residence, growing edible food is both
possible and positive for greater well-being.
Robert Hamilton has been growing fruit for 10 years now. He is also
knowledgeable about fermenting and preserving as well. Robert is on the
board of the North American Fruit Explorers (NAFEX) and member of California
Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG). His presentation will focus on the cultivation of
easy to grow fruit trees and bushes and their use in the landscape.
Robby Astrove is the Program Coordinator for Trees Atlanta and is
responsible for coordinating neighborhood tree planting projects and
education programs that protect and improve Atlanta's urban forest. Robby's
presentation will focus on the benefits of trees and the art and science of
planting the right tree in the right place. www.treesatlanta.org
Dr. Samuel A. Mielcarski, DPT (aka "Dr SAM"), is an expert in rehabilitation
and health transformation. With over 13 years of clinical practice as a
healthcare professional, Samuel has helped thousands of people of all ages
transform their health and well-being. His common sense, non-invasive, and
sometimes even comical approach to health and healing is truly unique.
Samuel's presentation will focus on how to "follow Nature's plan" to attain
optimal health and well-being. www.DrSamPT.com