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We created the National Resilience Fund to give direct financial support to vital businesses and workers in community-based food systems, through local Slow Food chapters and groups.  We recently granted funds to 23 community initiatives. 

We just opened applications for Round Two of the National Resilience Fund! As part of our commitment to equity and justice, and becoming an antiracist organization, we are dedicating a minimum of 50% of Round Two funding to Black-led food initiatives in local communities. We are thankful for your contributions for a second round of funding.

Slow Food is an international grassroots movement in more than 160 countries.

“Farming Should Be the Richest Trade on Earth”: An Interview with Isa Jamira

Written by Amelia Keleher (SFYN USA Communications Team) “When I learned that the earth was...

The Bay and the Mine

Written by Daniel Leipow The Bay Bristol Bay is home to a pristine and thriving ecosystem. Its...

Black Lives Matter: An Open Letter to the Slow Food Community

As protesters take to the streets across the country demanding justice, we are reminded, once again, that oppression is systemic. We are committed to making Slow Food USA an anti-racist organization that authentically pursues good, clean and fair food for all.

H-2A Farmworker Rights and Covid-19

May 29, 2020 Alejandra Cleves, InternEd Yowell, Chair,SFUSA Food and Farm Policy Steering...

Food after Covid-19: Opportunities for Equity, Inclusion and Justice 

(Scroll down to watch the recorded conversation.) On May 21, Chanowk Yisrael and Jim Embry joined...

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