Slow Food Boulder County seeks to celebrate, educate, and strengthen awareness of food: from the farm, to the market, to the kitchen and to the table. We promote stewardship of our land; sound food production policies, and local, seasonal and organic foods. We support good, clean and fair food for all.
Slow Food in Boulder County
As one of the first Slow Food chapters in the US, Slow Food Boulder County has a rich history. Anyone with taste buds is welcome to join and get involved. This is a place for people with a passion for safeguarding our local food system, food traditions and artisan foods to gather and build culture and community. It’s a place to learn and rediscover pleasure in everyday life by slowing down and appreciating the convivial traditions of the table.
Slow Food Boulder County hosts free potlucks and $10 tastings to $75 benefit dinners — with most events in the $30 range. We also host a free annual gathering. Check our calendar for upcoming activities.
Although non-members are invited to many Slow Food Boulder events at a somewhat higher rate, becoming a member allows you to enjoy a number of wonderful benefits. And it also allows you the opportunity to get involved, help us choose or host events and join a passionate group of like-minded people in support of the Slow Food mission! We currently have over 130 members, and would love to expand. Members are our key to holding unique and varied events.
More members = more great events!
Slow Food CU
Boulder has a second Slow Food Chapter founded in June 2008 by CU student, Lauren Duncan. Visit them at: www.slowfoodcu.wordpress.com.