[permaculture] Natural Dental Care Workshop in Central Texas

Marjory forestgarden at gvtc.com
Wed May 11 14:17:36 EDT 2011


Yes, we are working to record the workshop.  But for those of you 
considering taking it - it will be more cost effective and much better 
education to come in person.

Marjory


carolyn anderson wrote:
> I sent an email before asking about some kind of recorded offering of this
> course for those of us who can't get to it in person.  Will something become
> available after the fact? Thanks.
>
> On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 10:30 PM, Marjory <forestgarden at gvtc.com> wrote:
>
>   
>> Please forward to those who might be interested!
>>
>> What would it be like to never need to go to a dentist ever again in
>> your life?
>>
>> Alternatives to Dentists 5/15/11 (9am-4pm):  Learn how to clean your
>> teeth without brushes, floss, or paste, how to handle cracked or chipped
>> teeth, treating cavities and abscesses, and gum disease.  Also learn
>> simple and powerful methods for treating deep infections without using
>> anti-biotics.  Taught by Doug Simons who has lived primitively for the
>> last three decades in the Gila wilderness; Doug has some amazing info to
>> bring to the civilized world.  Only $75  www.backyardfoodproduction.com
>>
>> Want to experience a free source of high quality protein and fat?
>>
>> Bug Festival 5/15/11 (5 - 7pm):  Alan Davisson has been eating insects
>> for the last 6 years.  He will demonstrate how to utilize this important
>> source of protein and fat in a fun and entertaining way.  You'll learn
>> what is safe to eat, how to prepare, the nutritional content, methods
>> for catching, and getting over the 'yuck' factor.  This will be the
>> fourth time we've had Alan out for this big party where we all eat bugs
>> together and it is a seriously good time.  The kids take to it like its
>> a natural thing. Only $10   www.backyardfoodproduction.com
>>
>>
>> This is where the really interesting people show up.  The networking
>> alone will be amazing.  Both events on May 15th, 2011 in Red Rock, TX -
>> about 45 miles SE of Austin.  Go to www.backyardfoodproduction.com to
>> get more info and to register.
>>
>>
>>
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