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Announcing 2012 Central Ohio Terra Madre Delegates

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Nine Central Ohioans have been selected to attend the largest sustainable food conference in the world, the 2012 Terra Madre convention in Turin, Italy.


“Shake the Hand That Feeds You” Dinner at Flying J Farm

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Our annual open-air Shake the Hand That Feeds You dinner will be taking place at Flying J Farm on the afternoon and evening of September 8. If you’re interested, save the date now, and watch this space for more information!


The Flying J Lottery

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Our “Shake the Hand That Feeds You” dinner at Flying J Organic Farm is our most anticipated event of the year, and it’s easy to see why. Everyone involved in the meal helps in some way, whether it’s picking fresh vegetables for the chef, setting up the table, or prepping the food or drinks. By […]


‘Intimate’ midweek markets promote ‘slow food’: This Week News

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Slow Down Wednesdays, held at the same site as the normal Saturday sales at the intersection of North High Street and West Dunedin Road, are the result of a partnership between the Clintonville Farmers Market, Global Gallery and Slow Food Columbus. “We certainly support so many things that are about good, clean, fair food, and […]


Cookout at the Hoover Y

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Have a good meal and a lot of fun while checking out the impressive Hoover Y facility and supporting partner organization Local Matters’ Growing Matters program.


Farmers’ Market and Foodie Spelling Bee

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Bring the family to the Hills Market on August 11 to help kick off Local Matters’ fourth annual Local Foods Week, and bring the kids to our Taste Education Station!


Terra Madre Dance Party

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DJ’s FotoFlash and Thunderblaster are helping us raise money to send nine Ohio delegates to Terra Madre, Slow Food’s sustainability conference in Turin, Italy. Come join us and dance!


Pecha Kucha Columbus

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Columbus’ Pecha Kucha Nights are interesting and informative, and they convey the energy and passion of a vibrant city. The next Pecha Kucha Night will feature our own Board Chair, Bear Braumoeller, who will discuss his reflections on repairing our broken food system.


Slow Down Wednesdays at Clintonville Farmers’ Market

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Join us Wednesday evenings at the Clintonville Farmers’ Market for a new, midweek farmers’ market. The focus will be on meal preparation and market staples, and Chapter Leader Colleen Yuhn will be on hand doing cooking demos and answering questions.


Chapter Bylaws

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At the last meeting of the Board, on June 13, a new set of Bylaws were discussed, modified, and approved as a replacement for the minimal set of Bylaws under which the Chapter had operated since its inception.