Renew your membership today!

Thank you for your continued support of Slow Food USA! The past year has brought us a bounty of great food, markets with more “real local” farmers, fine friends and conversations around the table and the opportunity to renew your commitment to growing our local food community.  It’s time to renew your Slow Food USA […]

Cloche farming

Parisian Market Gardeners (maraîchers) Of the mid-nineteenth Century Snailed it Up!

Parisian Market Gardeners of the mid-19th century would use cloche jars as tiny green houses. They were meticulously hand vented, one by one, to regulate temperature and allow air flow. In the evenings, they would roll out straw mats over them and if needed, they’d shovel hot horse manure compost on top of the mats […]

Kids in a school garden

Ark of Taste Garden Challenge

We’re offering school gardens a free kit, with seeds donated from Seed Savers Exchange, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, Terroir Seeds, and Pure Potato. Your classroom can grow the Ark of Taste and taste the wonderful food they produce. If you support multiple school gardens, and want to order seeds for multiple gardens please reach out to […]


We are ready to go slow in 2017!

Hi there!      My name is Jamie Vega and I have stepped up to serve as Chair & Liaison to the National Office on our board of directors. I am a permaculturist, market farmer, and health food access advocate from York County, SC. I volunteer at several nonprofits and schools in the city and […]

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