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Movie: “Growing Cities: A Film About Urban Farming in America”

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A free viewing of a film that examines urban agriculture and the ways growers are increasing food production in urban settings.


Sustainable Urban Homestead Tour

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Join 2014 Terra Madre delegate Rachel Tayse Baillieul and her family for a tour of their sustainable urban farm.


Biodynamic Dinner and Talk at Till

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Learn about biodynamic agriculture from an expert, and explore biodynamic food in the most enjoyable way possible: on the plate.


State Food Policy Summit

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Learn about the current state of food policy in Ohio and envision future policy priorities for strengthening our local food systems.


“Fed Up” at the Gateway Theater

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This movie about government, industry, sugar, and the obesity epidemic will certainly be one of the most talked-about movies of the year.


Cin Cin at House Wine

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Spring meetups continue at House Wine in Worthington. Drop by to enjoy a glass of wine and chat with other Slow Foodies.


Cin Cin at the Twisted Vine

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Our meet-and-greet season kicks off with happy hour at the Twisted Vine in Grandview. Come join us!


Slow Meat Application Deadline

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Slow Food USA is looking for 100 delegates from across the country to take part in our first Slow Meat symposium, which will take place June 20-22 at the Auraria Higher Education Center in Denver, Colorado.


Terra Madre Application Deadline

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The 2014 edition of the international Terra Madre and Salone del Gusto world meeting of food communities, held in Turin, Italy, from October 23-27, will display the extraordinary diversity of food from around the world and unite small-scale farmers and artisans who follow the principles of good, clean and fair.


March to Support Fair Food

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Uncovering and publicizing the plight of workers in Florida’s tomato fields was a huge step forward. Please join us in showing the management of Wendy’s how strongly their neighbors object to their continued support of these practices.