NOURISHING TRADITIONS – Upcoming Conference Information

Dear Friends,

As you know I have strongly advocated the principles of Nourishing Traditions and a Nutrient Dense Diet (scroll way down) for several years. Today, I’m delighted to tell you about the Deidre Currie Festival which has great guest speakers, including Sally Fallon, lined up to teach more about traditional foods and nutrition on Sept 13.

My friend, Kelly the Kitchen Kop,, who has frequently helped me with phone seminar transcripts, wanted all Nourishing Traditions enthusiasts to know about this upcoming Sally Fallon speaking engagement.

Kelly writes:

Last fall, my friend Kathy spoke at a Weston A. Price conference near Detroit, organized by a woman named Deidre Currie. At the time, Deidre was pregnant with she & Archie’s first child. Sadly, it wasn’t long after the conference that Deidre passed away, just after giving birth to their baby boy, Jack.

This fall, her husband is organizing the Deidre Currie Festival in Ann Arbor, Michigan on September 13th, 2008, to honor her memory. He has some great speakers lined up to teach us more about traditional foods and nutrition, which Deidre was passionate about.

I wanted you all to know about this Festival, because as a recent widow myself, my heart goes out to Deidre’s husband Archie, a single dad of their infant son.

    Here is the Speaker line-up:

Sally Fallon, President of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Author of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, author of Gut and Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment for Autism, ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Depression, Schizophrenia (watch for a post about all this coming out soon)

Jerry Brunetti, one of nation’s foremost experts on food, farming and health

Karen Lubbers, Michigan farmer, teacher, environmentalist

Also, I hope you will consider:

1. Reading Archie & Deidre’s story

2.Register for the Festival at this link, say you heard about it through me, Marilyn Moll. OR


  • Tell all your friends!
  • Have them register online BEFORE 11:59 pm on September 1st, 2008
  • When they register, be sure they put your name in the “Referred by” box, so we know who wins the free tickets.

3. Consider making a donation to Archie, a single dad. Here is more information:

  • Being a single Dad, Archie works quite a bit to make ends meet, and he’s hoping to move he and Jack back to New Zealand after the conference so that Jack can grow up around Deidre’s family, but moving is costly. If you’d like to send a donation, send it to: Archie Welch, P.O. Box 690, Clarkston, MI 48347.
  • If you do sign up for the conference or make a donation, please say you heard about it through Marilyn Moll, The Urban Homemaker.
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