Welcome to the Aurora, Colorado WAPF Chapter website!
My name is LaShay Canady and I look forward to meeting you. I am very excited about my role as a chapter leader here in Aurora, Colorado. I will post resources here as well as when I will have local chapter meetings.
Next meeting: Saturday, August 24, 2019 from 11 – 1 pm – 14901 E. Hampden Ave #260, Aurora, CO 80014. No meetings in November or December. Please RSVP by emailing or calling:
In warmth and spirit,
LaShay Canady, Certified Clinician of Whole Food Nutrition (CCWFN)
Your Nutritional Deficiency Detective ~ mobile: 303.886.0673
“Left unhealed over time, any degenerative process in any organ can, will, and does deteriorate into an autoimmune process.” Dr. Royal Lee
National WAPF website: https://www.westonaprice.org/
The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) is your source for accurate information on nutrition and health, always aiming to provide the scientific validation of traditional foodways. People seeking health today often condemn certain food groups — such as grains, dairy foods, meat, salt, fat, sauces, sweets and nightshade vegetables — but the Wise Traditions Diet is inclusive, not exclusive.
- Goat shares, cow shares, pasture raised eggs, dairy
Harvest Acres LLC – www.harvestacresco.com, Bennett, CO
They offer shares in its dairy goat and cow herd. The price per share is $50. Shareholders may buy as many shares as they like, each share being a one-time purchase. A monthly boarding fee of $65 per share provides for them to house, feed, milk and care for your portion of the herd. Each share will entitle the shareholder to approximately one gallon of milk per week. Partial shares are available. Boarding fees are due monthly, regardless of the quantity of milk in your share. I get my raw milk and eggs from her. Leda has drop off sites in Westminster and south Denver near DU.
Ebert Family Farm – http://www.ebertfarms.com/
They offer shares in butter, milk, eggs, cream, etc. Their mission statement is: Ebert Family Farm seeks to establish a sustainable and diversified farm program that improves the land and the health of the involved community. The Farm aims to provide nourishing food to consumers by farming with organic methods. The Farm strives to provide nutritionally high quality products at a fair price. I get my raw butter and milk. They have drop off sites in the metro area.
- Delaney Farm – http://dug.org/about-delaney-community-farm/ – Aurora, CO
DeLaney’s members consist of Community farm public members, families from WIC (Women, Infants and Children), families from the Burnese refugee community from Project Worthmore (PWM), interns, apprentices, and farmer in the Yu Meh Community Farmer Training Program. Located near Chambers and Alameda in Aurora, CO.
- Southlands Shopping Center (Town Square), Aurora, CO
Saturdays from 8 – 1 pm, May 7 – Sept 24th – Jason and Jiliane Williams, 303-693-3662, email@example.com
- Four Seasons Farmers Market – 7043 West 38th Ave, Wheatridge, CO 80033
Mondays closed, Tuesday – Friday noon – 6 pm, Saturdays 9 – 3 pm (Market Day – lots of farmers and artist vendors), Sundays 10 – 2 pm
- Sprouts Farmers Market (grocery store), Aurora, CO
Open daily 7am – 10 pm, 1150 S. Ironton Street, Aurora, CO 80012
- LaShay Canady, Certified Clinician of Whole Food Nutrition, 14901 E. Hampden #260, Aurora, CO 80014 – offering Clinical Nutrition & Herbal Medicines – www.thebossgrp.net, 303-886-0673