Aug 18, 2022 | Food and Farming, Snailblazer/Snail of Approval
Hell’s Backbone Grill and Farm is a Snail of Approval winner located in Boulder, Utah, a remote 226-person town that’s a popular resting spot for hikers in the area and travelers from around the world. Back in 2000, chef-owners Jen Castle and Blake Spalding fell in love with this spot, an inholding in the newly established Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Aug 11, 2022 | Biodiversity, Food and Farming, Food Justice, Snailblazer/Snail of Approval
Farm to Fight Hunger is a nonprofit organization that grows, harvests and delivers fresh, nutritious produce, free of charge, to those in California’s Sonoma County in need of healthy food. Eggs laid by happy, pastured hens are also donated to local food banks.
Aug 4, 2022 | Cooking, Snailblazer/Snail of Approval, Stories
In Denver, Sullivan Scrap Kitchen is upcycling odds and ends to create flavorful and environmentally conscious creations for 600 guests every week.
Apr 7, 2022 | Biodiversity, Food and Farming, Snailblazer/Snail of ApprovalBy Michelle DiMuzio, Communications Coordinator Mona Esposito, also known as The Grain Lady, attributes her love of food to her Italian mother, Dorina, who grew up on a farm near Bologna. Mona, winner of our 2021 Biodiversity Snailblazer Award, recounted stories of...
Sep 29, 2021 | Food and Farming, School Gardens, Slow Food Leaders, Snailblazer/Snail of Approval, This Is Slow FoodBy Malia Guyer-Stevens, Communications Stepping into a garden, let alone digging their hands into the dirt and planting their own food can be a transformational experience for school children. For the widespread community of teachers, parents, and gardeners that make...