Our community is a place for those interested in food, farming and health. The Weston A. Price Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt, nutrition education organization with over 450 chapters world-wide run by volunteers. We embrace the ancient wisdom of traditional cultures first shown by the research of Dr. Weston A. Price in the 1930s and more recently, written about in Sally Fallon’s book, Nourishing Traditions.
Our next planned FREE events are:
- The Truth Behind Labels: What Goes IN, ON & SURROUNDS Us
(Online, June 16, 6-8pm)
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/upItc–orTwqGtSzBD1sjJ3K9vVSM9JtTd0N
Modern life exposes us to chemicals that may be subtly or profoundly impacting our health. We absorb toxins in what we eat and drink, the products we put on our skin, and what we surround ourselves with in our homes. This presentation will energize and invigorate you as you learn steps to take to reduce exposure, nourish your health and that of future generations, and transform your home into a safe, healing sanctuary. Presented by Beth Greer (aka the Super Natural Mom).
- Salmon Creek Ranch (Bodega, To Be Rescheduled) Salmon Creek Ranch is an organic ranch that raises 100% grass-fed/finished Scottish Highlander and Angus cattle, New Zealand Kiko meat goats and ducks for their eggs. What’s unusual about the ranch is seeing the rugged cattle freely roam and forage around the property in a natural setting. The goats are grazed rotationally to clear the brush from the certified organic land.
As a local chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation we work to connect local farmers with consumers. We provide information on local sources of pastured meats, dairy and eggs, organic fruits, vegetables, grains, and how properly prepared foods may be integrated into your life.
Whether you are just starting on your path to healthy living or have followed the dietary principles of the Foundation for a long time, our chapter is a place to find local resources for nutrient-dense foods, traditional fats, bone broth, and lacto-fermented foods.
In Marin County, we are blessed to have an abundance of resources from local farms, ranches, dairies and farmer’s markets. Please see our Food and Resources pages for information about local food sources.
Meetings and activities are open to everyone. To be kept up-to-date with current events, potlucks, farm tours, and classes, please join us on:
Participants are not required to join the Weston A. Price Foundation, but are strongly encouraged to do so. Membership is $40 per year, $25 for students and seniors. This fee provides important financial support for research projects. Membership also includes quarterly issues of the highly informative Wise Traditions journal. If you are not already a member, please consider becoming one.
We hope to see you soon!