Guest Post: Garden at AT&T Park

Slow Food San Francisco spent some time touring the Garden at AT&T Park in the last couple weeks. We love what they’re doing there! Like Slow Food, they believe it’s important for individuals to begin learning about the benefits of healthy eating at an early age – and they’re teaching Bay Area kids about that every day! Check out their guest post on our blog.

NOMAD Gardens

NOMADgardens, is a mission to find an empty lot in a developing neighborhood, fill it with portable plots of dirt and then invite the community in to build their gardens. More than just a garden, it is designed to be a hub for the community.

Tickets to Slow Food led workshops at NOMADgardens are available here.

Volunteer with Slow Food SF

Slow Food SF is on the lookout for excited volunteers to help with planning and events! We would love to see you use your talents to contribute to good, clean and fair food for all.

For more details, see our blog.

Upcoming Events

News Highlights

THE LAST CROP – A film by Chuck Schultz

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The Last Crop tells the story of a family caught in the middle as urban growth threatens California’s fertile Central Valley.  The film captures the intractable nature of sustaining a small local farm and the stake we all have in making certain they can survive and thrive. On a national scale, the Main’s story challenges conservation groups, local communities and some 500,000 aging U.S. farmers to rethink what actions they are willing to undertake to transfer their land to a new generation of family farmers.

Blog Carlo Petrini’s Message at Slow Food Nations

Slow Food Nations in Denver this week was a formative, inspirational time for the board!   In particular, Carlo Petrini, the founder of Slow Food, gave the closing keynote talk, with many important lessons for people looking to make a difference in food.   He discussed 3 important keys in changing our food system. food […]

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