Monthly Archives: February 2010

Interview with “Father of the Local Food Movement”

An interview with Gary Paul Nabhan (text, interspersed with short videos) from Indiana Public Radio’s EarthEats contains many great definitions for terms that mean a lot to people who care about good, clean, fair food: GMOs, monoculture, “local eating”, and heirloom seeds. This particular video is about Slow Food and eating locally; read the entire interview and see other videos

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Board meeting minutes, 2/18/2010

Minutes from Slow Food Seacoast Board Meeting, Thursday, February 18, 2010 Attending: Alison Magill, Pam Angulo, John Forti, Jenny Isler, Erin Jenkins, Amy Pollard, Laura Spelke Alison called meeting to order 7:30 pm Suggested [Small] Fundraising Events Showing Fresh the movie: 25 or so people, charge admission ($5?) Usage charge depends on number of people expected to view Minimal risk;

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How to Choose a CSA

From Local Harvest, just in time for CSA/CSF Day at the Wentworth Greenhouses Winter Farmers’ Market in Rollinsford this Saturday, 2/27 (and 12+ other CSA fairs around the region on Sunday, 2/28), comes an informative article entitled How to Choose a CSA. More resources: List of all Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Markets: Slow Food Seacoast blog post on

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Slow Food Boston events, Feb-March

Get information about showings in the 3rd Annual Film Series, food events, and more happening in and around Boston from Slow Food Boston: 3rd Annual Film Series – Two Angry Moms When: Sunday, 02/21/2010 3:30PM The City Meets The Sea: Beer Meets Oyster When: Wednesday, 03/03/2010 7:00PM Maple Sugaring Outing at Natick Community Organic Farm When: Saturday, 03/13/2010 11:00AM 3rd

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