Archives: SF Events

Get Involved by Volunteering at One of our Spring Events!

01/17/17 | by admin | City, COBA, For the Classroom, School Gardens, SF Events, Slow Food SF Events

As Slow Food San Francisco looks towards the New Year, We have lots of spectacular events for folks looking to get more involved in community and food, or looking to increase their time volunteering. This is the first of many opportunities with Slow Food San Francisco! We are incredibly grateful for your support and your […]

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10 Ways You Can #WasteLessinSF Today

10/31/16 | by admin | #WasteLessInSF

We know food waste is a complex problem with solutions up and down the supply chain; no one solution will be a silver bullet. 40% of food goes to waste with ~40% of waste coming from the household. This month we were inspired while hosting the #NoFoodWasteHappyHour with Foodstand, and ZeroCater. We screened a portion […]

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Slow Food San Francisco recruiting new Board Members/Leaders

04/14/16 | by Dava Guthmiller | City, Programs, SF Events, Slow Food SF Events

  CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS  Do you love local, organic, sustainable slow food and have a desire to be a leader in the largest social food movement in the world? ( Slow Food San Francisco (SFSF) is now recruiting Board members for 2017. This is a volunteer position and we seek 6 – 8 individuals who […]

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05/25/10 | by slowfoodsf | SF Events


On May 12, in honor of SF Bike Week, forageSF teamed up with the Disposable Film Festival to bring San Franciscans an underground farmers’ market plus a bike-in movie night. I was there for a taste of the festivities. The Underground Farmers’ Market conceived by Iso Rabins of forageSF is a gathering place for cooks, foodies, and those who want to share their wares with the public but don’t have the means to participate at a regular farmers’ market.


Attendants were encouraged to bike to the event, sample and buy some homemade goodies before settling down to watch selected short films made on non-professional devices ranging from cellphones to web cams.

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