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

Edible Estates

Mar. 11, 2008

A few weeks ago we began to explore the intersections of art and agriculture while reflecting on “Slow Design.” Today we pick up that thread again to discuss Edible Estates: Attack on the Front...

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Convivium Highlight:Laptop Butchershop

Mar. 10, 2008


What do you do when your favorite sustainable pork producer packs up shop, feeling that the farmers' market is not profitable enough to be worth the trip? You could cry into your Smithfield Ham,...

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We are inside a mountain in the Arctic because

Mar. 7, 2008


Back in August, in the New Yorker, John Seabrook wrote about the world’s first global seed bank that was being built inside a mountain in the Arctic, in Norway. Lo these many months later, The...

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Ye Olde Radio

Mar. 6, 2008

For those of you still charmed by the simple pleasure of ye olde radio, please take note of “The Food Chain,” (not to be confused with Slow Food USA’s monthly email newsletter of the same...

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Reasonable Agriculture

Mar. 5, 2008

This blog post over at Plenty Mag made a few references we’d like to pass along. The first is a mention of the sense-making and practical French phrase for sustainable agriculture — “agriculture...

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