The following schools received funding to purchase seeds, tools, equipment to help get their school gardens ready for the spring. All funds came from the events you attended and the generous donations you made! Weaverville Elementary School Evergreen Community Charter School Claxton Elementary School The New Classical Academy Asheville Catholic Hot Springs Elementary School.
A benefit for Slow Food Asheville and an event to showcase the wealth of amazing talent in our local food community. $20 at the door. All proceeds will benefit Slow Food Asheville.
Presentations by Vanessa Harbin, Lalasa Mohr, Lady Cerelli, Julie Mansfield, Dave Bauer, and Chuck & Jeanne Blethen.
Yay!! Slow Food Asheville! As I was preparing the end of year chapter report for Slow Food USA I looked back and compiled a years worth of Slow Food Asheville programs, events, fundraisers, and accomplishments. It was so thrilling to see all the things that this organization has done in just one year! Major accomplishments […]
Come join us at Farm and Sparrow Bakery where we will watch a slide show of our local delegates who went to the 2010 Terra Madre International Conference in Italy, and hear about their experiences there. This is a wonderful opportunity for folks to get a clear idea of what Slow Food around the world […]
These schools received funding to purchase seeds, tools, equipment to help get their school gardens ready for the spring. all funds came from the events you attended and the generous donations you made! The schools are: Weaverville Elementary School, Evergreen Community Charter School, Claxton Elementary School, The New Classical Academy, Asheville Catholic and Hot Springs […]
We are looking for folks who have a love of food and a commitment to our food community to apply to be on the Slow Food Asheville Board of directors. This board is a very active one. We meet once a month for our board meeting and we have at least one event a month […]
Slow Food UNCA will launch it’s very own chapter on September 22nd as part of the Asheville Food and Environmental Film Festival (AFEFF). This chapter will work with various community organizations to implement hands on service learning projects for UNCA students, and further develop initiatives assisting in getting more local food into the UNCA cafeteria. […]