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Paul McGlothin

Visit to Swallow Valley Farm in Northern California!

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Meredith and I are helping plan a visit to Nick Colby, a successful calorie restrictor, who lives in Northern California. Nick is a retired professor of Anthropology and a hard-at-work author. He enthusiastically welcomes a visit by CR Society and LivingTheCRWay members to the wonderful Swallow Valley Farm he created -- a self-sustaining agricultural project. Here's how it is described on the Swallow Valley website:

 

 

Happy animals and beautiful environment at Swallow Valley Farm are possible through dedicated, hard-working individuals who are passionate about what they do.

 

Swallow Valley Farm strives to create a "beyond sustainable" business that not only helps the local economy but also the ecological, cultural, and physical well-being of every living creature associated with Swallow Valley Farms. As an owner of the farm, Nick has long been dedicated to the environment, culture, and the sciences as well as the well-being of our society as a whole. Speak up, Northern California Folk, if you would like to join in an outing to Nick's farm.

 

 

 

 

Paul

 

 

 

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Probably not for a couple of months. The new house with its meeting space is just now being completed. We'll set a date after conferring with those who've written to express an interest in participating.

Celeste

 

 

Sounds good.

Is there a date and time yet?

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Finally, we are going to Nick's farm! it will be a special event on Saturday, June9 --part of the upcoming CR Society conference. We are so excited about visiting this wonderful place and getting a tour.

 

It will be a great opportunity to interact too. If you are new and have lots of CR-related questions, this will be a great conference for you. Consider it a must attend.

 

Paul

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Actually, that will take place on Sunday the 9th. Conference attendees will car pool once we all get together and see who is interested. One of those working out the logistics on the fly. But we are flexible and it will go smoothly.

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