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.
Upcoming Free Meetings for 2014
When: Every 3rd Tuesday Jan.-Oct @ 7:00-8:30 pm
Where: St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 134 N. Division (corner of Pearl & Division)
Jan. 21 New Year, New You
Feb. 18 Pastured Makes Perfect
Mar. 18 Food Freedom
Apr. 15 Nourishing Beverages
May 20 Discussing our Risks & Rights for Vaccinations
June 17 The Fundamentals of Food Preservation
July 15 Fabulous Fermentation
Aug. 19 Potluck (6 PM)
Sept. 16 Q & A
Oct. 21 Movie Night
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