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Why does Conviviality Matter? Connecting Over Food as a Tool for Self-Care & Community Care

08/01/18 | by admin | SF Events, Slow Food SF Convivial Table, Slow Food SF Dinner Club

By Alisha Eastep, Slow Food San Francisco Treasurer In 2013, the Convivialist Manifesto was published. The document arose out of the need for a new social, moral and political philosophy of living together, since many are convinced that democracy and ecological survival can no longer rely any on the idea of infinite economic growth and inexhaustible resources. […]

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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 Fish 2018 thanks you!

04/18/18 | by admin | SF Events

Slow Fish San Francisco Reverie Like fish schooling up, one voice, at last Summer’s Slow Food Nations in Denver, became many: Slow Food San Francisco Board member Kelly Collins Geiser, to me, “Can we have the next Slow Fish gathering in San Francisco?” I had met Kelly and her family at our first Slow Fish […]

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Carlo Petrini’s Message at Slow Food Nations

07/19/17 | by admin | SF Events, Uncategorized

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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