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Zeno Swijtink

Capitalism Forum at SFN – Joy and Justice

Donate for Joy and Justice

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Charity Kenyon, Board member of Slow Food California writes us about bringing Joy and Justice to the forum on The Impact of Capitalism on Food at Slow Food Nations. Can you make a financial contribution to bring more diversity and change the demographics of who plans, attends, and speaks at our annual Slow Food…

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California Grain Campaign Team

Help the California Grain Campaign revitalize local grain economies

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The California Grain Campaign provides new marketing opportunities for California grain growers and educates our communities about the many benefits associated with including California-grown whole grains in our diet. Increasing California-grown grains at farmers’ markets will help farmers in their businesses, markets in their diversity, bakers in their craft, and...
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Savor and Save the Gravenstein

Savor and Save the Gravenstein Apple

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Help support the farmers growing this endangered heirloom apple and Savor and Save the Gravenstein Apple by ordering the Gravenstein Apple Box, a project of The FruitGuys and Slow Food Russian River. ORDER NOW! WHAT YOU GET: This year we are offering delicious sweet-tart organic or conventional Gravenstein apples in 16-, 24-, and 48-serving boxes (includes…

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Slow Food Russian River participated in Slow Food Nations

Slow Food Russian River participated in Slow Food Nations

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Members of Slow Food Russian River participated in Slow Food Nations last weekend – pictured board members Paula Shatkin (l) and Sandy Mays (r) – celebrating local apple products, Apple Sauce of Oliver’s Market, cider of Devoto Gardens & Orchards, cider of Golden State Cider, cider of Ethic Ciders, apple juice and cider of Nana Mae’s Organics, apple juice…

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The Gravensteins are coming!

The Gravensteins are coming!

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The Gravensteins are coming! Who are those Gravensteins? Some lower nobility from Nobilivetz?? No, these are the — yearly returning — delicious apples from our orchards in the North Bay. “In the United States, they are found most widely on the west coast, and in particular, around the Sonoma County,…

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