|Celebrate the Harvest!
A FundRAISER Dinner Featuring
Fine Food, Fiddles and Feral Pork
Reserve your place at the table by registering online or calling 304-724-3006.
Tickets are $75 adults in advance or, $95 at the door (if available). Children (3 - 10) are $45.
On the eve of the popular 13th Annual International Wise Traditions Conference, we'll gather together the food rights community to Celebrate the Harvest!
Here’s what’s in store for you:
- a reception featuring artisan crackers, aged raw milk cheeses, kombucha bar and cash bar.
- delicious, nutrient-dense, three-course meal featuring Baker Green Acres Mangalitsa pork (in Michigan aka, "feral pork") and US Wellness Meats grass-fed beef entree topped off with everyone's favorite, apple cobbler and vanilla ice cream (gluten-free and casein-free options are available).
remarks by Sally Fallon Morell, Weston A. Price Foundation President
and author of Nourishing Traditions Cookbook, and Pete Kennedy,
Esq., Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund President;
- keynote address by Mark Baker of Baker's Green Acres, FTCLDF member and the farmer in the forefront of the fight to save Michigan farmers' right to raise heritage breed pigs;
- a lively, foot stomping fiddle and banjo band to round out the evening with dancing and fun!
The Hadassah Gospel Hour is Evie Ladin, Suzy Thompson and Allegra Yellin, and they come to us from Oakland, California. They play foot stompin' traditional appalachian stringband music and sing gorgeous old time harmonies. "Hadassah refers to the Jewish biblical Queen of Persia, and is a reference to their heritage. Gospel refers to their apppreciation of traditional gospel music. Thus, the name."
So, bring your dancing shoes! They'll even provide dancing lessons and demonstrations of clogging!
Join us at Wise Traditions 2012
Although anyone is invited to come, we encourage you to also attend the conference too, to learn more about the benefits of nutrient dense foods from speakers like Sally Fallon Morell, Jeffrey Smith, Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, Tom Cowan, M.D., Kaayla Daniel, Ph.D, and Chris Masterjohn!
Download the flyer.
Register for the FundRAISER dinner, the conference, or both!
Registration Questions: Contact PTF Associates at (304) 724-3006 or email email@example.com
|What do you get when you mix good food, good folk, a good film and a great cause?
One of our fabulous FundRAISER Dinners!
This dinner is poised on the eve of the 13th Annual International Wise Traditions Conference in Santa Clara, California, and is open to the public. Download the flyer.
So register for the dinner, the conference or both.
Dinner: Tickets are $75 adults in advance or, $95 at the door (if available). Children (3 - 10) are $45. Gluten-free and casein-free options are available.
The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund was created to defend the rights and broaden the freedoms of family farms and artisan producers and protect consumer access to raw milk and nutrient dense foods. And, with help of members, donors and FundRAISER guests like you, we can do that and more.
|James Ranch Young Belford and Mature Belford Raw Milk 100% Grass-fed Cheeses
Canal Junction Charloe, Wabash Erie Canal, and Flat Rock Raw Milk Farmstead Cheeses
Misty Creek Goat Dairy Raw Milk Misty Lovely and Mist O' Blue Cheeses
JoshEWEa’s Garden ExSEEDingly Good Crackers with Pure Indian Food Grassfed Organic Ghee
Jovial Foods' Einkorn Wheat Crackers with Yogurt and Garden Herbs - by popular blogger, Jenny McGruther from Nourished Kitchen.
Mary's Gone Crackers Original Seed Crackers (GF)
Hannah's Homebrew by High Country Kombucha
Cash bar with local wines and beer
|Honey Glazed Baker's Green Acres Mangalitsa (in Michigan aka, "feral pork") Pork Belly with Grilled Pineapple
Slow Cooked US Wellness Meats Grass-fed Beef Short Rib Bolognese Served Over Herbed Polenta made with Organic Corn Grits and Baker's Green Acres Mangalitsa Pork Lard
Roasted Seasonal Vegetables
Warm Apple Cobbler with Shiloh Farms Organic Native American Pecans, Coconut Flakes, Coconut Flour and Almond Flour
Straus Family Creamery Organic Vanilla Ice Cream from Pastured Cows on the side.
Daisy Brand Cultured Sour Cream on the side (for our GAPS guests)
Starwest Botanicals Hibiscus Heaven Organic Iced Tea
Drinkwell Softers from Eatwell Farm - Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Rose Geranium and Rosemary
Hot Herbal Teas with Really Raw Honey on the side
And, of course, everything deliciously seasoned with Selina Naturally Celtic Sea Salt®
Gluten-free and Casein Free options are available.
|How We Help
|Farmers, artisan producers, buying clubs and co-ops and farmer's markets have access to experienced legal advice about direct sales.
Attorneys provide real-time 24/7 emergency hotline support during farm or co-op raids.
Cow-share operators start off on the right foot with legal contracts and counsel.
Qualified representation in the court room.
Food Rights News.
Grassroots activists are given the tools to speak out.
Barriers to our right to foods of our choice are challenged in court.