Cider Revival at Tilted Shed's Fireball Farm

Cider Revival in Sonoma County

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[Above:  Tilted Shed's Fireball Farm is part of the cider revival in Sonoma County (Photo credit:  Ellen Cavalli).] Sonoma County is quickly becoming an epicenter of the cider revival.  This week kicks off the inaugural Sonoma County Cider Week (August 3-12), brought to you by a collaborative group of local cider...
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Gravenstein Reboot

A Gravenstein Reboot

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Currently on view at the Canessa Gallery in San Francisco, the arresting images in photographer Karen Preuss’s exhibit tell the compelling story about the demise of the Gravenstein Apple industry and its current revival. At the July 6 opening, friends, local art lovers and members of the Slow Food Russian...
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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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Steele Lane students preparing bed in Vicki’s Garden

Vicki’s Garden: Good for the Heart

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Vicki’s Garden at Steele Lane School in Santa Rosa has been supported and nourished by contributions from Slow Food Russian River for over a dozen years. Our financial contributions help pay the salary of a consistent and committed garden coordinator and assistant - essential components for longevity of any school...
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