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Click here for the latest happenings with Slow Food Boulder County. Slow News: August 2011
Morocco inspires visions of smoking tagines, those conical terracotta cooking vessels that slow-cook delectable meat and vegetables with spices, preserved lemon, and when called for, fresh and dried fruit. Come and join us around the fire for a presentation of … Continue reading
Wow: Most of us are aware of the issues around GM foods in America, but Robyn O’Brien’s TEDx Mile High talk earlier this year is eye-opening, to say the least. Awareness is the first step: Patriotism on a Plate
It’s growing season and Colorado is a GREAT place to be to experience all that’s LOCAL! The 2011 Colorado Farm Fresh Directory features more than 260 farms, ranches, roadside stands, u-picks, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs and agritourism operations as … Continue reading
Two great events happening this week: Colorado Winefest and 2011 Denver International Beer Competition. Come out and get a taste of the local talent on display! MORE INFO>Winefest. MORE INFO>Beer Competition.
Great Food, Great Venue, Great Cause: Our Children’s Health! and… Volunteer servers needed: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Cropland Policy Advisory Group meeting is a discussion meeting on GMO Crops on public lands. It is scheduled for Wednesday, June 1, 2011 from 5:30 – 7:30 at the Open Space Offices, 5201 St. Vrain Road Longmont, CO … Continue reading
Colorado State University Extension and the University of Idaho Extension are offering Preserve@Home online classes to help you learn the techniques and safety practices of food preservation. Read more and sign up!.
We couldn’t be happier for our friends at Edible Front Range! read more…
The opponents of the ‘Local Foods, Local Jobs’ Act have successfully derailed local foods from being fairly considered. Although it is technically scheduled for a hearing tomorrow afternoon, this effectively sets the bill up for failure because it will die … Continue reading