Wise Traditions Winchester


 Event Date

April 10, 2021

Early Bird Discount Deadline

Sunday, April 04, 2021

Registration Deadline

Saturday, April 10, 2021



ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED as of 9:00 AM Friday, April 8.
 
YOU CAN PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR
 
RAIN OR SHINE (we will move indoors if needed)
 
Wise Traditions Winchester
Join us for a day of socializing, learning and fun!  Great speakers, meals, vendors, film and people!
 
Saturday, April 10, 2021 ~~ Doors open at 8:30 ~~ Winchester, Virginia
Frederick County Fairgrounds, 155 Fairground Rd, Clear Brook, VA  22656
 
RATES
Registration includes all day sessions and nourishing traditions lunch: 21 and older: $95
$40 for 13-20; 0-12 free with no lunch or $10 with 1/2 portion lunch  
All day and dinner and film combination: $130
Dinner and Film: $50
Film only:  $10                
  
Babysitting services are available for any potty-child for $15 - from 9-5 only.
Masks and distancing is optional.
 
REGISTER: click the REGISTER NOW button to the left or register by phone or mail. WAPF 4200 Wisconsin Ave, NW #106-380, Washington, DC 20016
 
QUESTIONS: (703) 820-3333 or info@westonaprice.org  
Refunds are possible until March 31 with a $20 fee.  
 
Please bring a lawn chair (we will have chairs but there is room for comfortable lawn chairs and/or blankets to sit on).
 
Exhibiting opportunities. Paul Frank (540) 722-7104; paul@ptfassociates.com
     
INVITE OTHERS - GROUP DISCOUNT!
This is a great opportunity to share with friends and family the message of eating according to the healthy and wise traditions of the past.
Groups of 5 or more people get $10 off (not including $10 lunch). Call or email to inquire.
 
Events page on Facebook: https://fb.me/e/28cYtWo1K 
 
Track 1:
9:30-3:15
Sally Fallon Morell's Nourishing Traditional Diets Seminar
Learn about Dr. Weston Price, the characteristics of healthy diets especially the importance of healthy fats. Plus practical advise on how to change your diet for the better.
 
Track 2:
9:30 - 10:45  Joel Salatin of Polyface Farm
11:10-12:30 Leland Stillman, MD: Iron: The Most Toxic Element You've Been Taught to Get Too Much Of 
2:00-3:15 Mary Holland of Childrens Health Defense COVID Vaccines and their Legal Implications
3:40-5:00  Sally Fallon Morell: The Contagion Myth
 
Farm-to-Table Dinner and Film
6:00 - 7:00 Dinner by Elaine Boland of Fields of Athenry Farm Middleburg, Virginia
7:15 - 9:30 Film: Medicating Normal with Wendy Ractliffe, co-producer/co-director 
Introducing a new award-winning documentary that examines the severe health consequences of overprescribing psychiatric drugs to millions of Americans. It is the untold story of what happens when profit-driven medicine intersects with human beings in distress. And it is a story of harm done. View or host a screening: medicatingnormal.com                    
 
 SPEAKERS:
Mary Holland is president and general counsel of Children's Health Defense. She has been writing and advocating for better vaccine law and policy for many years, including while she served on the faculty at NYU School of Law from 2002-19. She is co-author of two books on vaccines, Vaccine Epidemic and The HPV Vaccine on Trial, as well as several law review articles.
 
Sally Fallon Morell is founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and founder of A Campaign for Real Milk. Mrs. Fallon Morell lectures extensively around the world on issues of health and nutrition. She is a prolific writer of numerous articles and books and serves as editor of Wise Traditions, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation. In 1996, Fallon Morell published the best-selling Nourishing Traditions (with Mary G. Enig, PhD), the cookbook that launched her career in alternative health. Visit her website at newtrendspublishing.com.
 
Joel Salatin calls himself a Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer. Others who like him call him the most famous farmer in the world, the high priest of the pasture, and the most eclectic thinker from Virginia since Thomas Jefferson. Those who don't like him call him a bio-terrorist, Typhoid Mary, charlatan, and starvation advocate. He co-owns, with his family, Polyface Farm in Swoope, Virginia. 
With 12 published books, and a thriving multi-generational family farm, he draws on a lifetime of food, farming and fantasy to entertain and inspire audiences around the world.  He's as comfortable moving cows in a pasture as addressing CEOs in a Wall Street business conference. Often receiving standing ovations, he prefers the word performance rather than presentation to describe his lectures. His favorite activity?-Q&A.  “I love the interaction,” he says. http://www.polyfacefarms.com/joels-bio/
 
Dr. Leland Stillman is board-certified in internal medicine and specializes in integrative medicine. He majored in environmental health at Connecticut College, and went on to earn his medical doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He completed his training in internal medicine at Maine Medical Center. Dr. Stillman became interested in natural and integrative medicine at an early age. He has a passion for doing whatever it takes to discover the root cause of his patients' medical problems. He focuses not only on the patient, but upon all aspects of the environment they live in. He has particular interests in phototherapy (photobiomodulation), nutrition, toxicology and the immune system. He uses advanced laboratory testing to discover the metabolic imbalances at the root of his patients' medical problems, and then addresses those imbalances with dietary or lifestyle interventions.                  
 
Wendy Ractliffe, Director/Producer, Executive Producer
Medicating Normal is the first film Wendy has directed and produced.  She became a filmmaker in order to raise awareness about societal problems that are ignored or inadequately covered by the mainstream media.  She was associate producer for the documentary Beyond Measure by Vicki Abeles.  Past professions include equities analyst, stay at home mother, and teacher at an international Waldorf school in France. She has been connected to organic agriculture and creating sustainable communities for two decades. She earned a B.A. in History from Yale University in 1984, an MBA from Duke University. 
  
TALKS:
Prehistoric Patterns for Agriculture
Joel Salatin
Recent discoveries about the ancient past reveal insights about ecology and functional regeneration that offer broad principles for farming. From beaver ponds to perennials, predator to prey, nature's template provides a roadmap to abundance. Restoring nature's macro-biome on the farm is the secret to long-term production and nourishment.
 
Seminar on Traditional Diets (Highly Recommended for Newcomers)
Sally Fallon Morell
Animal fats, organ meats, properly prepared whole grains, fermented foods and nourishing bone broths kept our ancestors healthy. Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions, explains why these are vital factors for maintaining good health today. Beginning with a presentation showing Dr. Weston Price's unforgettable photographs of healthy traditional peoples, Ms. Fallon Morell explains the underlying factors in a variety of traditional diets, which conferred beauty, strength and freedom from disease on so-called primitive populations. Then she presents a step-by-step plan to put nourishing traditional foods—foods that your family will actually eat—back into your diet, including easy breakfast cereals, soups, sauces, snack foods, fermented condiments and soft drinks that are actually good for you.  
Learn about:
• Butter, the number one health food;
• The vital role of high-cholesterol foods;
• Why lowfat and vegan diets don't work;
• The amazing powers of raw whole milk from
pasture-fed cows;
• The dangers of modern soy foods and soy infant formula;
• Foods that help babies grow up smart and strong;
• The unfortunate consequences of modern
farming methods.
• The conspiracy to promote vegetable oils and
hydrogenated fats; and,
• Old-fashioned foods that give limitless energy and
vibrant health.
This seminar is highly recommended for both laymen and health professionals new to the work of the Weston A. Price Foundation and makes an excellent introduction to the main conference speakers.
Introduction to the Work of Weston A. Price and Characteristics of Healthy Diets: Introduction to
Dr. Price's work and discussion of the underlying characteristics of healthy traditional diets.
Know Your Fats: Fats and oils in traditional diets. Learn about the basics of lipid biochemistry and how to choose good fats and avoid the bad.
How to Change Your Diet for the Better: Practical advice for busy people including easy recipes for snacks, soups, breakfasts, desserts and enzyme-enriched beverages and condiments.
 Recommendations for hotels:
Here are two nearby hotels. We don't have special arrangements with them.
  Closer one:
Tru by Hilton Winchester (540) 545-8100 www.hilton.com
118 Mercedes Ct.; Winchester, VA  22603
 
Country Inn and Suites (540) 869-7657 www.Radissonhotels.com
141 Kernstown Commons Blvd; Winchester, VA 22602    
 
MENU
Lunch Menu
Cheese & Charcuterie with Gluten-free Crackers
Chicken Stew
Apple Kraut
Sourdough Bread with Raw, Pastured Butter
Cheesecake with Nut & Date Crust
Kombucha
Dinner Menu
Grass-fed Beef Burgundy (cooked in a wine and bone broth) with red and yellow onions, carrots and mushrooms
Rice steamed with bone broth and Amish butter and Celtic salt
Organic broccoli with Amish butter and lemon
Pana Cotta
Kombucha
 

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Registration Fees

Price Description Amount

Available Extra Events

  Babysitting - must be potty trained
$15.00
  12 and under child dinner half portion
12 and under half portion DINNER
$10.00
  Child 0-12 free, no lunch
  12 and under half portion lunch
12 and under half portion lunch
$10.00
  20 and under registration with full lunch
20 and under includes full lunch
$40.00

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Location Information

Frederick County Fairgrounds
250 Fairgrounds Road
Clear Brook, VA 22624

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