Hartke and Huber to Speak at Sustainable Living Expo

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The Midwest’s Sustainable Living Expo will draw people from many states.

I am pleased to be joining Dr. Don Huber, GMO dangers whistleblower, Timothy Gray, green building expert, at the second annual Sustainable Living Expo, to be heldthis weekend in Howe, Indiana. Gerald Fry will  be speaking on grassfed genetics, and Troy Fisher on raw dairy safety. There are many more dynamic speakers and a large exhibit hall with all the latest products and services for adopting a green lifestyle.

My first talk will be Real Food for Real Health, which describes 3 powerful weight loss testimonies, and contrasts the differences between the current USDA dietary guidelines and the whole food traditional diet that nourished our forebears. The second, Fermenting Your Way to Radical Good Health, a lecture on the indigenous fermented foods of many world cultures, and how they offer promise for health and healing to the modern age.

Kimberly Hartke

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Throughout Friday and Saturday, the venue will be bustling with dynamic exhibitors showcasing local and natural products including candles, herbal supplements, cleaning supplies, solar heaters, chicken coops, hydroponic produce planters and more. Attendees can see firsthand a 14ft x 14 foot building that displays the technology implemented in the New Energy homes.  The building boasts a grid tie solar electric system as well as other features and demonstrates the principle that to be sustainable, a home must also be affordable.

Weston A. Price Foundation and Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund will have a booth there, so please stop on by and see us!

One-day passes cost $10 for Friday or Saturday admission. Two-day passes are available for $15.

Attendees can buy tickets to a screening of Genetic Roulette – The Gamble of Our Lives, a compelling award-winning film that examines how genetically engineered foods contribute to soaring disease rates within the American population, especially among children. The film will be screened on Thursday, August 8 at 3pm. Tickets are available for $2; all proceeds from this screening will be donated to the Institute for Responsible Technology.

For a complete schedule of exhibitors, speakers and registration information, please visit:

www.sustainablelivingexpo.com
Date: August 8-10, 2013
Time: Thursday 1-5pm; Friday 10am-8pm; Saturday 9am-5pm
Location: Michiana Event Center, 7605 Indiana 9, Howe, IN 46746
Event Website: www.sustainablelivingexpo.com

On the way to Indiana, I will do a layover in Chicago to give a talk for The Campaign for Real Milk, see details on my previous post: Campaign for Real Milk Hits Chicago.

Kimberly Hartke is a health and wellness advocate, and publicist for The Weston A. Price Foundation and the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund.

 

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