RTE and the Real Food Campaign at NOFA Summer Conference 2008


RTE and the Real Food Campaign at NOFA Summer Conference 2008

Director of our Real Food Campaign, Dan Kittredge offered the first workshop in an exciting workshop series related to remineralization at the 34th Annual Northeast Organic Farming Association’s Summer Conference held in Amherst, MA from August 8-10, 2008.


From left to right: Dan Kittredge, Director of the Real Food Campaign; Dr. Arden Anderson, Keynote Speaker; and Joanna Campe, President and Executive Director of RTE

The conference opened with keynote speaker Dr. Arden Andersen. Both a medical doctor and a world leader in sustainable agriculture, Dr. Andersen believes that health begins with healthy soil and is helping to lead an agricultural revolution that will improve our bodily health and the health of the environment by restoring real nutritional content to our food. Dr. Andersen is a key inspiration and proponent of remineralization and the Real Food Campaign.

Dan Kittredge in his workshop covered Nutrient Dense Crop Production and David Yarrow spoke on the Importance of Minerals, Trace Elements and Microbes for Crops and Health. RTE generated much interest as an exhibitor, offering information about Remineralize the Earth and its project, the Real Food Campaign.

For more information about the conference click here.

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