Posted by: Ben | September 3, 2008

Ninthing International Conference of the Weston A Price Foundation

Ninth International Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation

Friday, November 7 – Saturday, November 8 – Sunday, November 9
Plus special activities Monday November 10

Our First West Coast Conference!
Burlingame, California

The early bird gets the worm, but in this case, early bird registrants get a chance to win a free conference registration! Registrations received by September 12 will be entered in a drawing for a free conference registration. The winner will be posted on our conference site and will be notified by phone and/or email. The winner can then bring a guest or have the conference fee refunded at that time.

Those enrolling 15 new members by October 31 receive a full conference registration-to this year’s conference or the next!

Those enrolling 5 new members receive an autographed copy of the Deluxe hardback edition of Nourishing Traditions. These will be presented at the conference or sent by mail.

Those who enroll one member or two or three receive. . . our profound thanks. Membership is the lifeblood of our organization.

For a membership form, go to If you are participating in the membership drive, be sure to put your name at the bottom of the form.

Listed below is information for health professionals interested in attending the conference for professional education. The list will be updated as approvals are received. Please contact Kathy Kramer, Director of Continuing Education for the Weston A. Price Foundation at if you have further questions.
Chiropractors (DC): Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene; Board of Chiropractic Examiners: 13 CEUs
Registered Dietitians (RD): Commission on Dietetic Registration: application submitted/pending approval
Nutritionists: National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP): 15.5 NANP Category 1 CEUs
Nursing: application submitted/pending approval
Acupuncturists: National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM): 16.5 PDA’s
State of California Acupuncture Board: 13.48
POSTER PRESENTATION: Submissions of abstracts for poster presentations from health professionals on a broad range of topics relating food and nutrition to health are welcome.
For further information, visit

To book your hotel room online, please go to:
Enter the Code G-PRIC to receive the discounted conference rate. You may also phone (800) 233-1234 to reserve your room. Be sure to mention the Weston A. Price Foundation or Wise Traditions Conference. Should you experience any difficulties with making your reservations, please phone our registrar at (240) 379-7072 for assistance.

If you wish to donate to financial aid, a $500 bronze scholarship donation covers almost 3 full scholarship registrations as most financial aid recipients also work as volunteers. This is a wonderful way to help those who otherwise could not afford to attend. To make a donation visit, or simply send your fully tax-deductible donations made out to The Weston A. Price Foundation to

WAPF Wise Traditions Conference
8910B Mountainberry Circle
Frederick, MD 21702


The three-day children’s program is $100, which includes lunch and evening activities on Friday and Saturday. Space is limited, preregistration a must!!

Friday Activities: Begin conference photo journals, make conference nametags and totebag. Guest speaker topic, “Mental & Physical Relaxation” with a yoga lesson. Afternoon activities include making playdough and clay ornaments, and making bath salts. Children will make an afternoon snack of nut butter on celery stalks with raisins. In the evening, movie night with popcorn snack

Saturday Activities: Continue working on conference photo journal, make t-shirts, make ice-cream. Guest speaker topic “Nourishing My Body – Young People Do Have Options.” Guest dance instructor. Individual and team games all day. Saturday evening is our first ever sock hop and ice cream social

Sunday Activities. Continue photo journal, candle making, make dessert pizzas (sprouted wheat tortllas coated with honey and baked, topped with yoghurt, fruit and nuts), make trail mix. Guest lecture topic is”Living off the Land.” Team scavenger hunt indoor, team survival hunt outdoors. The children will do a short song and presentation at closing ceremonies.

CHILDREN’S LUNCH MENUS by Three Stone Hearth

– Chicken Salad with Creamy Yogurt Dressing
– Carrot and Celery Sticks
– Hummus Dip (no sesame!)
– Sourdough Spelt Crackers
– Raw Cheese Sticks
– Organic Local Apple
– Mini Meat Patties with Garlicky Ketchup
– German Potato Salad with Bacon
– Lactofermented Pickle
– Raw Cheese Sticks
– Coconut Date Square
– Salami
– Baked Tortilla Chips
– Black Bean Dip
– Yogurt Cream Dip with Chives and Cilantro
– Raw Cheese Sticks
– Biodynamic Raisins and Crispy Almonds

We are pleased to announce three fantastic activities for Monday, November 10. SPACE IS LIMITED for all of these activities, so be sure to secure your space as soon as possible.

Three Stone Hearth is a Community Supported Kitchen in West Berkeley that prepares nutrient dense foods on a weekly basis for Bay Area families. In this tour, you will get to see the facility, learn about the operations of the kitchen, meet the worker-owners, and spend a few hours pitching in and working on a culinary project with kitchen manager Porsche Combash. No need to bring knives or aprons, these are provided. The day will conclude with a communal, nourishing lunch.

The bus leaves the hotel at 8:30 and drives to Three Stone Hearth, 1 Boulevard Dr, Berkeley, California, for a 9:30 am arrival. Pick up at 3:00 pm and and return to the hotel by 4:00 pm. LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF 12 PEOPLE. Cost is $90 and includes lunch.

Includes Drakes Family Oyster Farm, Stubbs Vineyard and Clark Summit Farm.

DRAKES FAMILY OYSTER FARM: During the course of the approximately hour-long tour of Drakes Bay Oyster Farm, given by oyster farmers Kevin & Nancy Lunny, you will learn about the cultural, historical and ecological importance of this small family farm. You will be shown how we grow both our “cluster” oysters and “single” oysters doing all processing right on the farm in California’s last operating oyster cannery! You will be informed about our struggle to continue to operate in Point Reyes National Seashore beyond 2012. And, naturally, you’ll finish the tour with a tasting of a freshly harvested Drakes Bay Oyster on the half shell!

8:00 Bus Leaves Hotel and goes to Drakes Family Oyster Farm, 17171 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Inverness, California. Leave farm at 10:45 and go to Stubbs Vineyard Tour, 1000 Marshall Petaluma Road, Petaluma, California.

STUBBS VINEYARD: Planted in 1996 amid the fogbound hills of West

Marin, Stubbs Vineyard is a perfect site for cool-climate viticulture. We produce small quantities of handcrafted Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines in the Burgundian style. Stubbs Vineyard is the only certified organic vineyard in Marin, is off the grid, and is family run, with renowned winemaker Dan Goldfield. We welcome you to visit our 11-acre vineyard.

Leave Vineyard at 1:20 pm and go on to Clark Summit Farm Tour, 30201 Hwy 1,Tomales, California

Visitors will see many animals including geese, guineas, milking Jerseys, pastured broilers, laying hens, turkeys, grass-fed beef, dairy and meat goats, and pastured hogs. You will see how we raise our animals in an organic and free range manner. That means letting the cattle take as long as they need to reach slaughter weight, not rushing them with drugs or cheap carbohydrates; helping our sows have their piglets wherever they want, not confined in a tiny cage; giving the laying hens the freedom to run all over the farm, and the broiler chickens plenty of room to stretch their legs on grass while protecting them from predators until they’re bigger

Leave Farm at 3:00 arrive back at hotel 4:30

Cost for the three tours is $70 and includes lunch. Maximum attendance is 55.

Held at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel

9:00- 12:00 Cheesemaking with Katherine Mowbray

My session will be a demonstration to show how to make 10 litres of fresh unpasteurized milk into Cheddar Cheese, in so doing explaining the principles of making firm pressed cheese which can be stored for months. Quark, which is a soft cheese that needs to be eating fresh and Ricotta which will be made from the whey as a byproduct of the Cheddar. Participants will certainly understand the basic principles of cheese making and have the confidence to go home and have a try at making their own cheese themselves.

12:00 – 1;00 pm Lunch on your own

1:00 – 4:00 pm Crockpot Cooking with Jessica Prentice
Slow and Low: Nourishing Food from the Slow Cooker. Time to dust off your Crockpot! Slow-cookers are amazing tools for preparing nourishing traditional meals at home. This low-temperature approach is ideal for dissolving gelatin, rendering fats, braising pastured meats, and intensifying flavors. This class will introduce you to making broths, soups, stews, lard, ghee, and even porridges and other dishes using a home slow-cooker. Taught by Jessica Prentice, author of Full Moon Feast and co-owner of Three Stone Hearth Community Supported Kitchen.

Cost for both classes is $45 and does not include lunch

Start Planning Now!

Ninth International Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation

Friday, November 7 – Saturday, November 8 – Sunday, November 9
Plus special activities Monday November 10

Our First West Coast Conference!
Burlingame, California

A Showcase for Delicious Traditional Food.
A Unique Opportunity for Health Professionals and
Laymen interested in Diet and Health.

Gut and Psychology Syndrome
Non-Toxic Home and Lifestyle
Traditional Diets
Cooking and Food Preparation
Mental and Emotional Health
Heart Disease
Weight Loss
Iodine and Thyroid Health
Subtle Energies in Soil and Food

David Brownstein, MD, author of Overcoming Thyroid Disorders
Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, author of The Gut and Psychology Syndrome
Paul Chek, HHP, NMT, author of How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy
Mary Cordaro, Home Environmental Specialist, CEOH3Environmental
Thomas Cowan, MD, author of The Fourfold Path to Healing
Debra Lynn Dadd, author of Really Green
Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, author of The Whole Soy Story
James DeMeo, PhD, author of Saharasia
Mary Enig, PhD, author of Know Your Fats
Dina Falconi, author of Earthly Bodies and Heavenly Hair
Sally Fallon, MA, author of Nourishing Traditions
Lynne Farrow, MA, breast cancer specialist
Joseph Heckman, PhD, soil specialist
Mark Kastel, president, The Cornucopia Institute
Claudia Keel, herbalist
Galen D. Knight, PhD, health researcher
Janet Lang, MD, thyroid expert
Chris Masterjohn, WAPF author and researcher
Mary Morris, CRT, RPSGT, expert on sleep disorders
Richard Morris, author of A Life Unburdened
Katherine Mowbray, cheesemaker
Julia Ross, MA, MFT, author of The Mood Cure
Beverly Rubik, PhD, author of Life at the Edge of Science
Jack Samuels, MSG expert
Jeffrey Smith, author of Seeds of Deception
Beverly Teter, PhD, lipids expert
Theresa Vernon, LAc, acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist
Louisa Williams, ND, author of Radical Medicine
Larry Wisch, co-owner, Three Stone Hearth community-supported kitchen

The conference will be held at the beautiful
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
1333 Bayshore Highway
Burlingame, California 94010
(650) 347-1234,

The hotel offers free shuttle service from the San Francisco Airport. The shuttle runs every15 minutes from the hotel shuttle area on the street level at the airport.

Conference room rates are $165 for double, triple or quadruple occupancy.

Call (800) 233-1234 to reserve your room. Be sure to mention the Weston A. Price Foundation or Wise Traditions Conference.

All rooms at the hotel have small refrigerators and windows that open.

Special conference rates are available only until October 22, 2008.

Self parking at $10 per day.


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