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Slow Food USA Blog

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

Catch my drift? With a gust of wind, an Iowa crop duster can squash an organic farm

Jul. 20, 2009

by Kurt Michael Friese (this post originally appeared on Grist)

Grinnell Heritage Farm is 152 years old. Andrew Dunham is the fifth generation of his family to work this land about 50 miles east...

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Contaminated Food, Farms and Farming, Food Justice, Labeling, News, Current Event, Take Action


“Out on a Limb” Heirloom Apple CSA

Jul. 15, 2009

by Slow Food USA Biodiversity Intern Regina Fitzsimmons

"Why not go out on a limb? That’s where the fruit is."
- Mark Twain

This September, kitchens in Portland, Maine and the surrounding...

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


The Longer the Wait, the Sweeter the Jam

Jun. 29, 2009

By David Buchanan, Slow Food Portland, ME

Last week I picked a perfectly ripe strawberry in the front yard, brought it into the kitchen and laid it on the table. Didn’t seem right to eat...

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


Better Oversight of GE Crops?

Jun. 25, 2009

by Slow Food USA Biodiversity Intern Regina Fitzsimmons


Do you want better oversight of GE Crops?
You have 5 days to tell the USDA what you think…

In the winter months of the Bush...

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Contaminated Food, Farms and Farming, Labeling, Policy, Take Action


The End of the Line

Jun. 24, 2009

By Gabrielle Redner

Rupert Murray’s documentary, The End of the Line, educates its audience about the reality of the sea: it is not an ever -replenishing body of water, and it is running...

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Film/TV/Radio, News, Current Event, Seafood


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