Slow Food USA Blog

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

What’s So Awesome about KayCee Wimbish?

Oct. 24, 2008

Turns out, a lot.

Last March, KayCee Wimbish, winner of the $500 Culinate Youth Food Awareness scholarship to Terra Madre, uprooted her life in Brooklyn, NY and moved upstate to Tivoli to start...

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From Iowa to Italy: A Call to Youth Delegates

Oct. 21, 2008

by 2008 Terra Madre delegate Ariane Lotti

At Terra Madre, let’s strategize to overcome the challenges to growing a good, clean, and fair agriculture.

After a stint spent working for the...

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New Groundbreaking EcoGastronomy Program at UNH

Sep. 23, 2008

by Slow Food USA staffer Julia Middleton

Are you interested in the science behind where your food comes from, how it is grown and the new organic food movement? Do you have a passion for...

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Slow Food Nation re-cap

Sep. 3, 2008

Thanks to all 60,000 of you who came to Slow Food Nation and listened, ate, discussed, networked, bought, and cheered. To the rest of you: we missed you! We had beautiful sunshine, terrific...

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Culinate Youth Food Awareness Campaign

Aug. 8, 2008

Wanna mold young minds? Simply by signing up for a newsletter, you could help send a youth delegate all the way to Italy to discuss sustainable foodways with 6,000 other people from around the...

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