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Designing for Food Security: Leveraging Design to Grow Communities and Feed Cities

07/05/18 | by admin | City, Farms, Gardens, Policy, School Gardens, SF Events

By Jessica Karr and Tiffani Patton   What does it mean to design for food security? We found out a few weeks ago at San Francisco Design Week. On a sunny, but windy, Thursday evening, a mix of Slow Foodies, designers, and social justice advocates gathered in the Parklab Community Garden to discuss how communities […]

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Slow Food San Francisco is Presenting Regenerative Coasts at Slow Food Nations

07/13/17 | by admin | City, Seafood and Sustainability, SF Events

See you at Slow Food Nations this weekend! We will be a the California booth both Saturday and Sunday 10am-Noon. SlowFood San Francisco is presenting a Regenerative California Coast.   We will introduce the goings on about seaweed and marine permaculture.   Look for the Kelp Curtains! Check out some of the work we are […]

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Introducing the 2017 Slow Food Summer Lecture Series

06/26/17 | by admin | City, Farms, Indigenous Lifeways, Seafood and Sustainability, SF Events, Slow Food SF Events, The Bay, Uncategorized

  Slow Food San Francisco introduces its first-ever Summer Lecture Series, to promote and highlight the keystone issues that create a society that produces food that is good, clean and fair for all. This year’s series will focus on fish, farms, and wine, and we will offer a varied program for our community! The efforts […]

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Guest Post: The Garden at AT&T Park

03/08/17 | by admin | City, Gardens, Programs, The Bay

A note from Sally Rogers, Chair of Slow Food San Francisco: 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 […]

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