Announcing our Blog: Slow Food Rochester Board Notes

We are please to announce our new blog, Board Notes, written by board members of Slow Food Rochester and other invited guests. We’ll be blogging about slow food events, local farms and businesses of interest, food politics and sustainable agriculture, climate change, biodiversity, cooking, and any other items the board members believe important to share! In the coming weeks, the blog will have several entries describing a two day intensive workshop at Joel Salatin’s Polyface Farms that some of us attended.
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For Inspiration...
A regular feature showing possibilities for change....
Pam Warhurst created a grassroots movement that has transformed the town on Todmorgen in the UK, with food plants throughout the town, creating a vibrant local food economy!
see previous features


Changing the Food System…
A regular feature on the politics of food....
Ann Cooper talks about the coming revolution in the way kids eat at school -- local, sustainable, seasonal and even educational food.
see previous features


Slow Food Rochester is a chapter of Slow Food USA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting good, clean, and fair food production and consumption. To learn more see our page here.
We are a proud member of the international Slow Food community.








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