ADVANCING FOOD IS MEDICINE: Connecting farmers, ranchers, and healthcare leaders to open new prescription food markets. Be among the first to receive updates by signing up for Think Regeneration’s newsletter.

EARLY BIRD PRICING through July 31, 2024: Free for Farmers & Ranchers, 20% off admission for everyone else.

Join Think Regeneration and FreshRx Oklahoma for two days of learning in Oklahoma and Colorado. This is a unique opportunity to join farmers, ranchers, and healthcare professionals leading a paradigm shift happening around the country. If you are interested in understanding the connections between soil health, human health, and planetary health, we hope you will join us. You will learn how to open up food-is-medicine programs and markets in your community, which are proving to build resilient sources of nutrition from local food farmers and ranchers, and supported by health care resources.

COLORADO: Join us for two days on the farm on September 11 & 12 near Boulder and Longmont, Colorado, just 30 minutes from the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

OKLAHOMA: Join us in Tulsa, Oklahoma on October 15 & 16 for a half-day of farm tours, followed by a full day of learning with farmers, ranchers, and healthcare professionals.

Register for one or both events now. Early bird pricing ends July 31.

What to expect:
• Learn the science of nutrition farming—how farming practices can lead to increased nutrient density.
• Explore the important role food quality plays in our physical and mental health.
• Hear from leaders around the country who are helping people heal with nutrient-dense food.
• Make connections with farmers and ranchers who are building biological life in the soil.
• Find common ground with healthcare leaders who are opening Food-is-Medicine programs.
• Learn how you can start a Food-is-Medicine initiative in your community.

Funded through a partnership with USDA-TOPP and Organic Crop Improvement Association (OCIA).
September 11-12, 2024

Yellow Barn Farm
9417 North Foothills Hwy
Longmont, CO 80503
October 15-16, 2024

Tulsa Dream Center
200 W 46th St N
Tulsa, OK 74126
Free for Farmers & Ranchers
$75 for Everyone Else - 20% off through July 31, 2024

Want to attend for FREE? Contact us for volunteer opportunities.
A limited number of scholarships are available. Please contact us to learn more.
Email Denise Nicol-Bahil at: [email protected]
Location & Travel Details
Yellow Barn Farm
9417 North Foothills Hwy. Longmont CO, 80503

Airport: Denver International (DEN)

Nearby Hotels
Candlewood Suites Longmont
1340 Dry Creek Drive, Longmont, 80503

Home2 Suites by Hilton Longmont
710 S Sherman St, Longmont, CO 80501

Courtyard Boulder Longmont
1410 Dry Creek Drive, Longmont, Colorado 80503

Tulsa Dream Center
200 W 46th St N, Tulsa, OK 74126

Airport: Tulsa International (TUL)

Nearby Hotels
Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa Downtown
211 West 3rd Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103

Residence Inn Tulsa Downtown
202 West 5th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, 74103

Courtyard Tulsa Downtown
415 S. Boston Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, 74103
Here are just some of the experts leading the Food-is-Medicine workshops in Colorado and Oklahoma this fall. Check back for updates as we add additional speakers.
Erin Martin
Founder, Fresh Rx Oklahoma
Erin Martin is the founder of Fresh Rx Oklahoma, a national leader in opening up health care markets for local farmers.
Gail Fuller
Farmer, Founder of Fuller Field school
Gail Fuller is a farmer in Kansas who co-founded the Fuller Field School. He's a leader in advocating for regenerative soil health management, holistic animal care, and farmer welfare.
Dr. Nasha Winters
Founder, MTIH
Dr. Nasha Winters is a global healthcare authority and best-selling author in integrative cancer care and research consulting with physicians around the world.
Azuraye Wycoff
Yellow barn farm
Azuraye Wycoff grew up on Yellow Barn Farm. After moving away, she returned to lead the transition of Yellow Barn Farm into a full-fledge demonstration site for regenerative agriculture, economics, and social design.
Check out the links below to learn more about our programs in Colorado and Oklahoma. These will change a bit as we approach the program dates, but the spirit of the program will remain. Our focus is on connecting folks who care about healthy people and planet and giving you opportunities to learn how to advance this mission in your community.
Mini-Documentary Filming at Advancing Food is Medicine Colorado
Filmmaker Matt Wechsler
Attend Advancing Food is Medicine in Colorado and be part of the making of a mini-documentary film that will explore the role of food as medicine in our local communities.
About the Filmmaker
Matt Wechsler is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker whose work focuses on social and environmental food issues. Among his feature films, SUSTAINABLE explores the challenges of small farms, and RIGHT TO HARM exposes environmental injustice in rural communities. He also executive produced LAST MAN FISHING about the corporate takeover of America’s fisheries. Outside of filmmaking, Matt is an avid gardener and proud supporter of local farms. In the height of the pandemic, he started Village Farmstand – a small grocery store specializing in pasture-raised meats and produce from within 150 miles of Chicago.
More About Think Regeneration
Who is Think Regeneration? We are a 501(c)(3) that builds programs to accelerate change to a more regenerative food supply. Farmers moving toward organic certification are taking a big step, and supporting those efforts is critical to our mission. If you want to learn more, visit, or email [email protected].
Contact Us
Let us know if you have any questions about this event. We want to hear from you and see you attend!

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