What’s all the fuss about (raw) milk? (Wise Transitions event)

When: Wednesday, October 5, 2011 6:00–9:30pm
Where: The Multipurpose Room, Veteran’s Memorial Complex
4117 Overland Ave., Culver City CA 90230
Cost: $15 suggested donation

The nationwide demand for raw dairy products has been steadily increasing, despite the fact that strict regulations can make it difficult to find. At the same time, more small dairy farms and private buying clubs around the country (including California) are being raided and harassed, sometimes at gunpoint. Why? How has something as basic as milk become the focal point of political passions?

Rarely seen in one city at the same time, the evening’s speakers are on the leading edge of the raw milk wave. Gain a greater understanding of the issues, the politics, and the ways that raw dairy is influencing a national discussion on food rights. Don’t miss this very special event!

Mark McAfee
Owner, Organic Pastures Dairy
Fresno, California
The skinny on raw milk

David Gumpert
Author, The Raw Milk Revolution
The politics of raw dairy

Max Kane
Raw milk activist
Updates from the front

Suggested donation $15. Proceeds will be divided between the local chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation and the Rawesome Community Defense Fund. Event sponsored by Wise Traditions, a local chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation, and The Raw Milk Institute.

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