Now is the time to support community agriculture. And where better to do it than here on the South Shore. With access to the largest chain of freshwater lakes in the world, a thriving agricultural community and the long heritage of cultivating a wide range of food products, we are in a good position to provide support and enjoy the bounty of our region.
How can you provide support? Join Slow Food South Shore today. As part of your membership, you can participate in planned initiatives to help us reach our goals:
- Food Access & Food Security: working to create more access to good, clean and fair food for under-served populations; educating members about food security concern
- Food Policy & Advocacy: educating the public and advocating for food policy changes on local, state and/or federal levels
- Slow Food in Schools: coordinating a Garden to Table project
- Biodiversity: promoting biodiversity or endangered foods through educational initiatives to create market demand; preserving food culture
- Terra Madre: collaborating with local farmer, chef, educator and student delegates from past/future editions of Terra Madre
- Slow Food on Campus: working with a local college club