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Focus on Food

Thursday, Nov. 6

10:00-4:00 Chapter Leader Meeting
4:00-9:00 Registration
6:00-9:30 Full Moon Feast on the Prairie – 4th Annual FTCLDF FundRAISER Dinner (tickets sold separately)

Friday, Nov. 7

07:30-09:30 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER Breakfast (not included in registration fee)
07:00-07:45 Gentle Movement– Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
08:00-08:45 How to Sit Comfortably
Good sitting alignment makes you physically relaxed, mentally alert, and able to engage with the world around you. We’ll look at the role of the feet, knees, hips, spine, and shoulders for sitting postures that are simultaneously dynamic and restful.
07:00-06:30 Registration
10:00-12:00 Track Lectures (see below)
12:00-01:30 Lunch and Visit Sponsoring Exhibits (menu)
01:30-03:00 Track Lectures (see below)
03:00-03:30 Visit Sponsoring Exhibits
03:30-05:00 Track Lectures (see below)
06:30-08:00 Buffet Dinner (menu)
08:00-10:00 Choice of Evening Activities (see below)

Friday Track I: Nourishing Traditional Diets

09:00-12:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part I, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
01:30-03:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part II, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
03:30-05:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part III, Sally Fallon Morell, MA

Friday Track II: Gut and Psychology Syndrome

10:00-12:00 Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, PhD
01:30-03:00 Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, PhD
03:30-05:00 Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, PhD

Friday Track III: The Human Health and Soil Health: Fat-Soluble Vitamin Interactions and Foods From Pastured Animals

10:00-12:00 Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science, Chris Masterjohn, PhD
01:30-03:00 The 20th Century Attack on Wholesome Foods and the 21st Century Food Revolution , Chris Masterjohn, PhD
03:30-05:00 The Fat-Soluble Trio and Their Synergistic Partners, Chris Masterjohn, PhD

Friday Track IV: Whole Organic Foods

10:00-12:00 Pesticides, antibiotics, vaccines and pharmaceuticals: Are they the cause of our current health crisis?, Stephanie Seneff
01:30-03:00 Pesticides, antibiotics, vaccines and pharmaceuticals: Are they the cause of our current health crisis?, Stephanie Seneff
03:30-05:00 Pesticides, antibiotics, vaccines and pharmaceuticals: Are they the cause of our current health crisis?, Stephanie Seneff

Friday Track V: Farming

10:00-12:00 Teaming with Microbes: All you need to know about the Soil Food Web, Jeff Lowenfels
01:30-03:00 Teaming with Microbes: All you need to know about the Soil Food Web Jeff Lowenfels
03:30-05:00 Teaming with Microbes: All you need to know about the Soil Food Web, Jeff Lowenfels

Friday Evening Activities

8:00-10:00 “CASPERS” – A Hidden Epidemic Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND
8:00-10:00 Toxic Vaccines: The Current Science Leslie Manookian
8:00-10:00 The Effects of Environmental Toxicity on Chronic Illness Mark Schauss
8:00-10:00 Making Sense out of Fiber Nonsense Konstantin Monastyrsky
8:00-10:00  The Food Rights Struggle Kimberly Hartke

Saturday, Nov. 8

06:00-06:45 Gentle Movement-Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
07:00-07:45 Relieve Neck and Shoulder Tension
Learn simple and effective techniques you can do anytime, anywhere to release tight muscles in your jaw, neck and shoulders.
07:00-09:00 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER  Breakfast (not included in registration fee)
07:00-06:30 Registration

Saturday Plenary Session: Focus on Food

09:00-09:30 Introduction to the Work of Weston A Price, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
09:30-10:45 Wild Seafood, Randy Hartnell
11:00-12:15 The Acid-Alkaline Myth, Chris Kresser
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 The Science of Broth, Kaayla Daniel, PhD
03:15-04:30 Vegetarian Myths, Lierre Keith
04:30-06:00 Visit Exhibits

Saturday Alternate Session: Wellness Track

09:00-10:30 The Art of Eating without Harm Part I, Konstantin Monastyrsky
10:30-10:45 Morning Break
10:45-12:15 The Art of Eating without Harm Part II, Konstantin Monastyrsky
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 The Health Secret of All Indigenous People, Tom Cowan, MD
03:00-03:15 Afternoon Break
03:15-04:30 The Health Secret of All Indigenous People, Tom Cowan, MD
04:30-06:00 Visit Exhibits

Saturday Alternate Session: Farming & Gardening Track

09:00-10:30 Tree Tapping Opportunities for Everyone, Michael Farrell
10:30-10:45 Morning Break
10:45-12:15 Six Inches of Soil, John Moody
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 City Chix, Pat Foreman
03:00-03:15 Afternoon Break
03:15-04:30  Growing Your Own Nutrient-Dense Vegetables, Calvin Bey, PhD
04:30-06:00 Visit Exhibits
06:30-10:00 Awards Banquet (menu) Death by Food Pyramid, Denise Minger

Sunday, Nov. 9

06:00-06:45 Gentle Movement-Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
07:00-09:00 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER Breakfast (not included in registration fee)
07:00-07:45 Daily Activities: The Ease of Good Alignment
Learning how to sit and stand well is nice. But what about cooking, gardening, moving boxes and milking cows? Try out some simple guidelines to maintain ease even when you’re being productive.
07:30-05:30 Registration
09:00-10:20 Track Lectures (see below)
10:30-11:50 Track Lectures (see below)
11:50-01:30 Brunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:30-02:50 Track Lectures (see below)
02:50-04:00 Visit Exhibits
04:00-05:20 Track Lectures (see below)
05:30-06:30 Closing Ceremony: Sally Fallon Morell

Sunday Track I: Food and Nutrition

09:00-10:20 The Effect of Food on Cognitive Function, Mark Schauss
10:30-11:50 Why One Calorie for Her and Maybe One-Half Calorie for Him, Konstantin Monastrysky
01:30-02:50 Cause, Care and Dietary Treatment of SIBO, Allison Siebecker
04:00-05:20 Reviving Health through Gentle Detoxification, Kim Schuette

Sunday Track II: Testing

09:00-10:20 Understanding Your Own Blood Test Results 101, Jim Marlowe
10:30-11:50 Understanding Your Own Blood Test Results 101, Jim Marlowe
01:30-02:50 Tongue Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies / Fingernail Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies, Donna Wild
04:00-05:20 Tongue Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies / Fingernail Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies, Donna Wild

Sunday Track III: Native Ways

09:00-10:20  Bending, the Bane of our Backs, Esther Gokhale, L Ac
10:30-11:50  Traditional Inupiat Food Wisdom, Recipes and Technologies, Anore Jones
01:30-02:50  Foodways of the Australian Aborigines, Sally Fallon Morell
04:00-05:20  Foodways of the Masai, Chris Masterjohn

Sunday Track IV: Dental

09:00-10:20 Cardiovascular, Periodontal Disease and Sugar Metabolism: The Connection, Thomas Lokensgard
10:30-11:50  Amalgam and Dental Implants Dangers, Paul Gallo, DDS
01:30-02:50  Does Orthodontics As Well As Nutrition and Growth Affect the Airway?, William Hang, DDS
04:00-05:20  Traditional Foods for Preventing Tooth Decay and Gum Disease, Rami Nagel

Sunday Track V: Making It Practical

09:00-10:20 Ferments, Summer Bock
10:30-11:50 The Dough Also Rises, Kim Schuette
01:30-02:50 Continuous Kombucha, John Moody
04:00-05:20 Food Co-ops, John Moody

Monday, Nov. 10

07:00-05:00 Farm Tour with Will Winter
09:00-04:00 MOVEMENT
Gokhale Method Posture Workshop, Esther Gokhale
MELT: Hands-Off Bodywork, Karel Littman
09:00-04:00 WAPF Cooking, Annie Dru
09:00-04:00 Homeopathy workshop, Linda Robins
09:15-10:30
10:45-12:00
1:15-02:30
02:45-04:00
RAW MILK
Raw Milk Legal Updates for Canada, Karen Selick, LL.B & Pete Kennedy
Producing Safe Raw Cheese, Sally Fallon Morell
RAWMI Progress and Lessons from the Listed, Mark McAfee
A New California Raw Milk Dairy, Cynthia Daley, PhD
09:00-04:00 Wiser Nutritional and Dietary Choices Through MRT Self-Testing, Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND