Workshop: Unlocking Healing with Real Food

Unlocking Healing with Real Food
with Dan Kittredge
Founder/Executive Director of the BFA

Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 7:00-9:00pm
at Cross W Ranch
3111 Pinckney Rd Howell, MI 48843   [map]

Join us for a memorable evening with Dan Kittredge, organic farmer and executive director of the Bionutrient Food Association. Dan connects the dots between human health and the way our food is grown in this interactive 2-hour presentation.

At this talk, you'll learn:

  • why human vitality depends on soil vitality
  • "root causes" and systemic solutions for the current epidemic of chronic degenerative illness
  • market- and community-driven strategies for reforming our food system
  • healing our environment and ourselves by producing and consuming the best quality food

Over the past century, the USDA and FDA have measured a steady decrease in both soil quality and nutrient levels in food. You would likely need to eat a dozen or more apples to get the same amount of iron, for example, from one of your grandparents’ apples. Across the board, the alarming trend in our food supply is a steady decline in nutrients since testing began 100 years ago. During a comparable period, degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and heart disease have risen to epidemic levels. While we understand that correlation does not prove causation, and that grasping complex relationships requires mountains of data over a long period of time, it is undeniable that human, crop, soil, and environmental health are deeply interconnected.

This discussion is offered as companion to the two-day workshop, "Principles of Biological Systems", held that weekend, March 2 & 3, also at Cross W Ranch. While this evening's workshop looks deeply at the correlations between human health, soil vitality, and the decline in nutrient quality in our food supply, the two-day weekend workshop provides a detailed framework for growers, gardeners and homesteaders to build healthier soils that grow food that is rich in the nutrients that our bodies need – and if that were not enough incentive, growing practices that produce higher yields, greater pest resistance, and food that simply tastes better!

Note: If you are registered for the "Principles of Biological Systems" workshop, attendance at this evening talk is free and encouraged!

For more info, contact local volunteer organizers:
Sally Witkowski /   877.879.2915
Jim Bates /   248.245.7114
Clifford Dean Scholz /   248.410.1762


Seats are $10 by credit card online at the link above, or $10 by cash or check.
If paying by cash or check, you can do so in person or mail a check to "Bionutrient Food Association" to:

Bionutrient Food Association
411 Sheldon Rd
Barre, MA 01005

If registering by mail, please include your name, email address for confirmation, phone number, and how many seats you are purchasing.