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FundRAISER Dinner Featuring First-Hand Farm Raid Stories and Farmageddon Film

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Reserve your seat now for a very special intimate evening with our food rights community.

Here’s what’s in store for you:

  • a delicious Southern comfort food dinner - meatloaf, mashed potatoes and bone broth gravy, with grass-fed beef from Missouri's own US Wellness Meats;
  • a scrumptious dessert bar with your choice of organic butter-crusted pies;
  • a first-hand telling of farm raid stories by Missouri farmers Armand Bechard of Bechard Family Farm and Joe Dixon of Morningland Dairy with Kentucky’s Whole Life Buying Club John Moody;
  • "How You Can Help Your Farmers During a Raid" - remarks by Elizabeth Gamsky Rich, Esq., FTCLDF Vice President and attorney; and
  • a sparkling Kentucky Kaboom Kombucha bar.

The evening's finale will be a showing of Farmageddon, and a short panel discussion so you can share your questions and views.

This FundRAISER dinner is held the evening of the 1st Weston A. Price Foundation Regional Conference. We encourage you to attend the conference too, to learn more about the benefits of nutrient dense foods from Sally Fallon Morell, Kaayla Daniels, Ph.D., Sarah Pope and others.

Dinner tickets - Adults $55 or $75 after May 16. Children tickets are $35. Gluten-free and casein-free options are available.

Register for the FundRAISER dinner, the conference, or both!

Registration Questions:  Contact PTF Associates at (304) 724-3006 or email registrar@ptfassociates.com

Join us in St. Louis for our FundRAISER Dinner!
FundRAISERS

What do you get when you mix good food, good folk, a good film and a great cause?

One of our fabulous FundRAISER Dinners!

This dinner is nestled in the middle of the Weston A. Price Foundation Regional Conference in St. Louis, and is open to the public.

So register for the dinner, the conference or both.

Dinner: Adults $55 or $75 after May 16. Children tickets are $35. Gluten-free and casein-free options are available.

The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund was created to defend the rights and broaden the freedoms of family farms and protect consumer access to raw milk and nutrient dense foods. And, with help of members, donors and FundRAISER guests like you, we can do that and more.

St. Louis Dinner Plate Sample
Menu
Appetizer
Roasted Beet Salad with Goat Cheese

Artisan Sourdough Bread

Grass-fed Butter

Entrée
US Wellness Meats Grass-fed Beef Meatloaf with Organ Meat and Fresh Herbs with Singing Prairie Farm Eggs, Gold Mine Natural Foo and Umeboshi Vinegar

Miller’s Organic Farm Fermented Ketchup

Green Beans Slow-Cooked with  US Wellness Meats Pastured Pork Bacon

Roasted Garlic Rosemary Mashed Potatoes

Beef Broth Reduction Gravy with  US Wellness Meats Grass-fed Beef Bones

Dessert
Organic Harvest Bakery Butter Crusted Nut and Berry Pies
Sweetened with Organic Heavenly Sugar from Pure Indian Foods

Choices: Pecan, Apple Cranberry, Cherry, Apple, Blueberry, Peach Blueberry and Gluten-Free Pecan

Whipped Grass-fed Cream Sweetened with Miller’s Organic Farm Raw Honey

Cold Beverages
The Barefoot Cook Soothin' Infusion Herbal Ice Tea

John Moody’s Kentucky Kaboom Kombucha

Hot Beverages
Hot Herbal Tea
Miller’s Organic Farm Raw Honey

Orleans Coffee Exchange French Chicory "Coffee"

Grass-fed Cream

Pure Indian Foods Jaggery Sugar and Organic Heavenly Sugar

 

Selina Naturally Large Light Grey Celtic Sea Salt Grinders

How We Help

Farmers have access to experienced legal advice about direct sales.

Attorneys provide real-time emergency support during farm or co-op raids.

Cow-share operators start off on the right foot with legal contracts and counsel.

Farmers have qualified representation in the court room.

Readers welcome an alternative to biased industry food safety news.

Grassroots activists are given the tools to speak out. 

Barriers to our right to foods of our choice are challenged in court.