The Grand Rapids Chapter of The Weston A. Price Foundation:
NOURISHING WAYS OF WEST MICHIGAN
Here’s more info from one of our new co-chapter leaders:
Greetings NWWM Followers!
We (the organizers) have exciting news to share with everyone. Under the guidance and direction of Kelly the Kitchen Kop, we are reinvigorating the Grand Rapids Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation. We have had personnel turnover with regard to the Board as well as Chapter leadership. I (Rachael Tax) am taking over as co-chapter leader along with a new friend, Sarah Rivera. Part of this turnover includes looking at historical processes and procedures, to include our use of Meetup. For a variety of reasons, we have decided to permanently drop our Meetup subscription and transition to use of the (free) Telegram app for connecting and disseminating information. I have created a private Telegram channel entitled Nourishing Ways of West Michigan, which can be accessed via the above link. Meetup will be phased out in very short order, so if you wish to remain connected, please meet us over there.
On Telegram over the next few weeks, expect to see messages regarding upcoming events and Chapter meetings. We are excited to reestablish our in-person community and can’t wait to see what the future holds. Telegram is one step in the direction toward more real-time resource sharing, conversation, and real food camaraderie. It will also hopefully keep us engaged between our in-person encounters. The platform can be accessed by both phone and PC.
Please don’t hesitate to message me, Kelly, or Sarah if you have any questions or concerns in the interim. (Contact info here.) The Telegram access link will also be posted to our FB page and website.
Nourishing Ways of West Michigan (NWWM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating our community about nutrient-dense foods. This education embraces the ancient wisdom of traditional cultures as shown by the research of the Weston A. Price Foundation and written about in Sally Fallon’s book, Nourishing Traditions. 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 organic fruits, vegetables, grains, pasture-fed livestock, eggs, dairy products, and how properly prepared foods may be integrated into your life.