Category Archive for: ‘Advocacy’

  • Recap: Small Scale Meat Processing Discussion

    by Kimi Reid. The importance of words such as ‘grass fed,’ ‘pasture raised’ and ‘small scale,’ are often lost in a sea of foodie vocabulary, implying somewhat lofty connotations. However, as the American consumer is faced with a plethora of choices, even the most socially […]

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  • Slow Food USA’s Day of Action: The $5 Challenge

    On September 17th, Slow Food members and friends across the country will gather to share good, clean, fair and affordable meals. The goal is to Take Back the Value Meal by cooking fresh, simple meals for under $5 per person – about the cost of […]

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  • Time for Lunch: The Dollar Meal Challenge

    Written by Brady Walen, Slow Food Portland Time for Lunch Coordinator & Jen Michaelis Van Arkel, Slow Food Portland Time for Lunch Committee Member Over the past several months, Slow Food chapters around the country have been promoting the Time for Lunch campaign in an […]

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  • ACTION ALERT: Last Metro Hearing on Rural Reserves

    Over the past two years, we’ve tried to keep you up-to-date on the Urban and Rural Reserves process for the Metro region, which will determine how rural lands are protected at the edges of our Urban Growth Boundary. As the final votes on Washington County […]

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