Lancaster Ag Hosts Real Health Conference
Jan 26, 2017 12:14AM
Lancaster Agriculture Products, in Ronks, is hosting the Real Health Conference, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., February 18, with over two dozen educational sessions and hands-on demonstrations for all levels of experience, led by field experts in sustainable and organic agriculture. A special keynote presentation titled “The Oiling of America” will be given from 6 to 9 p.m., February 17, by Sally Fallon, founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and author of the cookbook, Nourishing Traditions.
Speakers will be discussing topics such as nutrition, human and animal health, livestock breeding and selection, soil remediation, cover crops and real food processing. A locally-sourced organic lunch buffet is included with the cost of admission. Advanced registration will close on February 15; walk-in registrations will also be accepted.
[Text Wrapping Break]Started by Reuben Stoltzfus and his father, Stephen, in 1994, Lancaster Ag is committed to creating a more sustainable food system. As one of the East Coast’s leading agricultural distributors, they empower farmers with not only the highest quality organic products but also the knowledge that they need to restore vitality to their crops, livestock and families from the ground up. Reuben’s passion for educating people about sustainable agriculture pours over into every aspect of his company and is exemplified by Lancaster Ag’s Annual Real Health Conference.
Cost: $20 for Feb. 17; $45 for Feb. 18. Location: 60 N. Ronks Rd., Ronks. For more information and to register, call 717-687-9222 or visit LancasterAg.com.