Slow Food USA Blog
Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”
Sep. 14, 2009
by Biodiversity Intern Alaine Janosy
If everyone looked, dressed, acted, and thought exactly the same, the world would be a pretty dull, bland place to live; diversity keeps things interesting....
Sep. 11, 2009
by Biodiversity Intern Regina Fitzsimmons
Trout Unlimited—the nation’s largest coldwater fisheries conservation organization—has asked Slow Food Seattle and Seattle Chef’s...
Sep. 2, 2009
[Editor’s note: this lettuce variety is on the Slow Food USA Ark of Taste (we list is as Speckled lettuce).]
by RAFT Grow-out Coordinator Anne Obelnicki
Isn’t it funny the unexpected...
Sep. 1, 2009
Click here to check out the new AOL News video all about the White House Kitchen Garden.
In the video, White House chef Sam Kass explains that the seeds in the garden’s Thomas Jefferson bed...
Aug. 26, 2009
by Anne Obelnicki, RAFT Grow-Out Project Coordinator
I’ve been thinking a lot about agricultural disasters today. Unlike what the word “disaster” usually implies, in farming, it...