Meet The Farmer: Dennis Stoltzfoos

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East End Market says
The more ways we connect with our food and farmers, the stronger we make ourselves, our land and communities. In an effort to strengthen our local food system, we invite you to join us for the first meeting of this quarterly “Meet The Farmer” series. We aim to introduce you to some of our state’s most reliable and holistic farmers, and to create an environment where we can all learn more about our food.

6:00pm – Good Food Gathering Mix + Mingle
6:30pm – Meet The Farmer Presentation
7:30pm – Q&A with the Farmer + Tasting
8:00pm – Open Announcements: Upcoming events? Projects? Farewell!

About Full Circle Farms
Dennis Stoltzfoos was raised Amish/Mennonite in Lancaster county PA and spent the first 20 years of his life on his family dairy farm. Then the next 15 years in alternative health and healing and returned to his roots of farming to produce “The most nutrient dense foods possible with a spare no expense attitude”.

He and his growing family own Full Circle Farm based in N. Florida and their mission is to make these foods available to 3 specific groups of people, namely:
1. Sick people wanting to get well,
2. Any one interested in prevention of dis-ease.
3. Those committed to having the healthiest children possible.

Come learn how to get REAL foods direct from the farm that feed your cells, heals sickness and dis-ease and provides the next generation with vibrant health. He will explain the How, What and Why’s of nutrient dense farming.

This event is sponsored by:
Steve Moreau, Founder of started by Steve Moreau in 2004 as a way to pay for the long drive of his farm apprenticeship. As he became aware of the amazing work the farmer was doing he wanted to share his new found love for real food. Going on 11 years, they now have 5 drop off sites in Central Florida and have also expanded to 10 small farm suppliers; however, the principles of truly pasture-based, nutrient dense farming have remained. Their motto is simple – “We source real food to create real health.”

Audubon Park Exchange (APEX)
3201 Corrine Dr. Orlando, FL 32803
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By: East End Market

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