Michael Schmidt to speak at raw milk symposium May 7th, 2011, Minnesota

From Bradenton.com:

“The explosive increase in raw milk consumption—according to CDC statistics, at least ten million Americans now consume raw milk—has created innovative partnerships between consumers and their farmers. By accepting responsibility in their food choices, Americans are paving the way to the next phase of the US local food movement: partnership with producers to ensure we a way of providing raw milk and other healthy foods that our families require for good health.

The Farm-to-Consumer Foundation and the Foundation for Consumer Free Choice will co-host the Third Annual Raw Milk Symposium: Producer-Consumer-Choice in Bloomington, Minnesota. The event will be held on Saturday, May 7, 2011, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Bloomington. It is open to the public. Farmers and consumers are especially invited to learn more about the safety and health benefits of Raw Milk as well as the critical relationship between producers and Consumers.

Featured speakers: Ted Beals, M.S., M.D. retired pathologist on raw milk safety; Sally Fallon Morell, M.A., President of the Weston A. Price Foundation, David Gumpert, Author of The Raw Milk Revolution, Sylvia Onusic, Ph.D. on the European perspective; Michael Schmidt  biodynamic farmer from Canada; Catherine Shanahan, M.D., Author of Deep Nutrition and Food Rules; Alan Watson , Author of 21 Days to a Healthy Heart and Cereal Killer….”
Read more: http://www.bradenton.com/2011/04/11/3105606/3rd-annual-international-raw-milk.html#ixzz1JJd8qe5N

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One response to “Michael Schmidt to speak at raw milk symposium May 7th, 2011, Minnesota

  1. nedlud

    Michael Schmidt (et al) to appear and speak to the public in Bloomington, Mn:

    Hey, that’s great! (being myself, ‘Minnesotan’.)

    Too bad it’s not in Sauk Centre or someplace, so that I could afford (the gas and the time) to go.

    But it’s better in Bloomington. I don’t really need to go. Not as much as a bunch of other people and ‘most’ people live down that way, in the Twin Cities.

    Very good, Michael and the rest, good luck with the presentation.


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