The Weston A Price Foundation Upper Delaware Chapter serves counties on either side of the upper Delaware River in Pennsylvania and New York: Wayne and Pike counties in PA, Sullivan and Delaware counties in NY. It was founded in the summer of 2009. We hold seasonal workshops in traditional food preparation and education. Over the past couple years, we have had butter-making, sauerkraut, and ginger beer workshops, to name a few. We often co-sponsor with Transition Honesdale, NOFA-NY, and Slow Food Upper Delaware River Valley.
We encourage you to join the Weston A. Price Foundation and support our mission to educate and provide access to nutrient dense foods. In return, you will receive the Foundation’s excellent quarterly journal “Wise Traditions”.
Workshop Refunds and Cancellation
For workshops, if insufficient numbers sign up by 1 week before the event date, Weston A Price Foundation, Upper Delaware Chapter may, at its discretion, cancel the workshop and fully refund any registration fees paid within 14 days. A participant may withdraw up to 8 days before the event and receive a refund of 90% of registration fees paid.
For more information on local chapter activities, contact chapter leaders:
lucia (at) lrw.net
Livingston Manor, NY
pantherrock at hughes.net
Lucia Ruedenberg-Wright, Ph.D is mother to twin daughters conceived and raised on a diet of nutrient dense foods. Lucia is a co-founder of the Traditional Nutrition Guild in New York City and currently serves as its chair and co-leader of its Parents Group. Lucia is available to present the Nourishing Our Children campaign of the Weston A. Price Foundation and offers hands-on workshops in making sauerkraut, pickles, butter, lacto-fermented beverages, broths and other traditional foods. She owes her love and respect for healthy food to her mother who always had a garden and animals.
Maria Grimaldi has been an avid environmentalist for 40 years.She was active in starting the Urban Gardening movement on vacant lots in New York City in the late 1970′s. She has taught both gardening and cooking classes at the New York Botanical Garden and the Brooklyn Botantic Garden. She now lives in Sullivan County New York where she was employed by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County for many years. She is now semi-retired, operates a small organic homestead, teaches Permaculture and is the NOFA-NY (Northeast Organic Farmers Association of New York) Regional Representative for the Catskill/Hudson Region.