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Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”

Success Through School Food and Beyond

Apr. 16, 2013

On the edge of San Francisco’s Mission District is Sanchez College Preparatory School, an elementary school that is working to address issues of hunger, poor nutrition, and deteriorating health within one of the city’s most affected populations.

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Climate Change: A Little Intellectual Ammunition

Apr. 15, 2013

Spring has sprung, and I come bearing bad news. I’m sure you’re not surprised. It turns out that even though you’re doing everything right, industrial agriculture is still screwing you — and the planet — up.

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Is Organic Better?

Mar. 28, 2013

An Interview with “In Organic We Trust” Director/Producer Kip PastorBy Slow Food USA Intern, Adrienne Lewis

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Indigenous Peoples Stand Up to Save Native Corn

Mar. 27, 2013

Indigenous communities in the Western Hemisphere depend on corn not only as a source of nutrition, but as the center of their cultural traditions and spirituality.

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SFUSA sends letter to Congress urging support for sustainable farming & nutrition assistance

Mar. 19, 2013

Slow Food USA sent a letter to Congressional leaders asking them to ensure that efforts to reduce expenditures are not made on the backs of our most vulnerable and protect funding for nutritional assistance programs and sustainable food and farming.

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