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January 24: Future of Sustainable Food Panel Discussion

Join the group Be Social Change for an engaging conversation with a diverse panel of sustainable food experts (Richard McCarthy will be there! See full list online) sharing their insights on trends, challenges, and opportunities in the sustainable food space … Read More

iEat Green is Cooking Up a Storm! A Call for New Slow Food Board Members! Ignite Fire and Fury! NOFA-NY’s Winter Conference is Coming Up! Micaela Colley, from the Organic Seed Alliance Joins Bhavani on PRN

Hi Everyone, It is so good to be back after last weeks snow storm. This is the first time in all of my years with the Progressive Radio Network that we had to close due to snow. Anyway, I’m happy … Read More

The End of an Era; Thanksgiving Around the Corner; David George Gordon, aka “The Bug Chef” Joins Bhavani on PRN

Hi All, As I make the final arrangements for Slow Food North Shore‘s last event with this current board, I am filled with mixed emotions. I’m excited to host the wonderful Slow Food community that we have built over the … Read More

Growth in Organic Industry Continues; Riverkeeper’s Massive Clean Up Success; Wind Engery Program Begins Training for Mine-workers; Farmer’s Mark Season Boosts Access to Fresh Produce; Biodiversity Makes a Comeback

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2016 Count of Certified Organic Operations The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced new data indicating the organic industry continues to grow domestically and globally, with 24,650 certified organic operations in the United States, and 37,032 around the world!!! I … Read More

May 18: Slow Food USA-Garden to Cafeteria Toolkit Webinar

May 18 at 4 pm ET/3 pm CT/2 pm MT/ 1 pm PT Does your district have a robust school garden program? Does your Food Service department participate in Farm to School procurement? Would your students like to see fresh … Read More

February 28: Food Almanac 2017—is Food Trumped?

The Food Almanac 2017: Are Good, Clean, and Fair Food and Farming Trumped? February 28 6:30 pm Brooklyn Winery 213 North 8th Street, New York, NY Food and farming might seem like afterthoughts in the Trump administration but this week’s … Read More

Long Island Cares Food Truck Success; Get Ready for Congressional Recess; Big Ag Cover-UP; Boulder is Booming for Good Food Entrepreneurs

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Long Island Cares Children’s Breakfast Food Trucks on Target with Annual Goals of Feeding Children in Need The Harry Chapin Food Bank is “right on target having achieved its goal of serving 7,000 children through their mobile children’s breakfast food … Read More

In the News: Slow Food “Give What You Can Day”; May All Americans Eat Good Food; Greenmarket Food Hub Reaches the Bronx; Technology That Tracks Seafood

Slow Food, “Give What You Can,” is September 15th This Thursday, September 15th, is “Give What You Can Day” and, for this day only, you can become a member for one year with Slow Food USA for less (or more!) … Read More


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