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Connecting with Jewish and Indigenous people in Colorado through seeds

In October 2021, Slow Food Denver co-hosted their first annual seed-saving event at Ekar Farm, an organization that serves as a “focal point for Denver’s Jewish community to come together around issues of food security, environmentalism, and urban farming,” and Spirit of the Sun, an “indigenous womxn-led nonprofit working to empower Native communities, one youth at a time.”

Dismantling injustice on Juneteenth and beyond

In conversation with Jim Embry, Activist And Farmer, Sustainable Communities Network Edited by Michelle DiMuzio Can you tell us about the meaning and legacy of Juneteenth from your perspective? In my family, we had three great great grandfathers that mustered in at...

Meet The 2022 Slow Seed Summit Keynote Speakers

By Michelle DiMuzio, Communications Coordinator From May 13-15, hundreds of people from around the world will virtually gather, listen and discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all at the 2022 Slow Seed Summit. Each...

Slow Seed Summit Week 2

Written by Michelle DiMuzio, Slow Food USA Editorial Intern photo from Slow Food Nations 2019 “We form these beautiful time-honored relationships, to seeds and food that inform us as people.” – Rowen White Seeds hold stories, providing insights to the past and...

Slow Seed Summit 2021: Week One

Written by Malia Guyer-Stevens, Slow Food USA Editorial Intern photos from the Slow Food International Archives + Summit Speakers “We form these beautiful time-honored relationships, to seeds and food that inform us as people.” – Rowen White Every culture has had a...