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Slow Food USA Blog

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

“Feeding Garden” in South Africa gets a kickstart from Slow Food NYC

Sep. 12, 2011

Slow Food NYC has gotten its hands dirty in school gardens throughout the city with its Urban Harvest program. This summer they took those organizing skills to South Africa to partner with a local school to build a garden that gets more fresh fruits and veggies into the cafeteria.

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Cooking, Farms and Farming, Food Justice, School Food


Fresh From the Farm Cooking Classes for Kids

Aug. 15, 2011

Participants of the Willamette Food and Farm Coalition’s Farm to School project make frequent trips to local farms to learn and see first hand where their food comes from.

read more... Tags: Cooking, Farms and Farming, School Food, Youth Food Movement


Gardens contribute to food sovereignty in Africa

Jul. 6, 2011

Slow Food chapters around the world are embarking on an ambitious project: creating 1000 food gardens in 20 countries across Africa.

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Farms and Farming, School Food


Tools for Transforming the Kitchen into the Classroom

Jun. 20, 2011

The recent donation of cookware from Anolon to Slow Food Skagit Salish Sea means the families of Lincoln Elementary can keep on cookin’!

read more... Tags: School Food, Uncategorized, Youth Food Movement


Shaping a Movement over a Meal

Jun. 17, 2011

It’s called the food movement, but what does that really mean? Students and campus dining workers come together to show us that it’s about building community and making change.

read more... Tags: Food Justice, School Food, Youth Food Movement


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