Slow Food in Schools
Teachers and parents have found that introducing children to hands-on experiences in food-growing gardens helps them to understand and appreciate where their food comes from, make better food choices, be better stewards of the environment, and fall in love with fresh vegetables. Learn more about existing projects
or start your own project.
Time for Lunch
(school food reform): All over the country teachers, parents and school nutrition directors are working towards local changes that will make school lunch healthier and more delicious. start your own project
or learn more about our national policy and campaigns
Slow Food at Home
What better place to start your child’s food education than at home? There are lots of activities that parents can do with their children—from gardening to cooking —to help them better understand the story behind their food. Here are some resources for getting started.