Slow Food USA Blog
Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”
May. 14, 2010
by Jenna Schweitzer
This article first appeared on Generation Response, one of Emory University’s campus publications.
In her office, Julie Shaffer has a life-size cardboard cut-out of a farmer,...
May. 7, 2010
by Gida Snyder, head of the SFOC chapter at Kapiolani Community College
hand-pounded taro or pa`i`ai, (essentially poi before water is added to thin it out.)
Daniel Anthony, Mana `Ai’s...
May. 5, 2010
Imagine AmeriCorps service members building and tending school gardens and developing Farm to School programs for public schools around the country.
That’s the vision for FoodCorps, a new...
Apr. 30, 2010
by Yonatan Landau
Think of the last time you saw something that pissed you off enough to do something amazing about it. Maybe it was a long grocery line or a bumper sticker for the Tea Party,...
Apr. 22, 2010
As I drove from the Columbus OH airport towards Athens, I passed a billboard that read “Every day is Earth Day for a farmer.” A dairy barn on my left, fields on my right. I was headed into the...