I cannot help but mourn the the arrogance of modern people who disregard the ways in which the indigenous ancestors of this land walked; amnesia of how this land has been stewarded for over a millennia upon the oak savanna and foothill forests.
Slow Food knows that true change starts at home, and that’s why we’re supporting our chapters and school garden leaders to celebrate World Food Day with events and projects that celebrate the central themes of the day: zero hunger and access to healthy food for all.
Members of congress have introduced a bill aimed at reducing the United State’s contribution to global green house gas emissions. This legislation must include actionable agricultural policy that supports small-scale, family farms.
David Shields is the 2018 SnailBlazer award winner for Biodiversity. He is the Chair of the Ark of Taste Southern Region and his critical research has helped revive over thirty crops including benne.
Congress passes a new Farm Bill that continues to fund significant programs for Good, Clean, and Fair food within the US. However, it’s policy falls short when it comes to restricting the expansion CAFO’s, and the new bill continues to provide millions of dollars in subsidies to high-profit commodity croppers.