Educate about the food we eat
- by learning where it comes from, how we prepare it and how we share it — through tours of farms and food producers, viewing films, and sponsoring classes and lectures
Advocate for food and farm policies
- by supporting legislation for issues such as transparent food labeling, nutritious school lunches and more equitable farm bills
Celebrate our region’s diverse bounty
- by visiting organic farms, restaurants, wineries and breweries where we get to know the passionate artisan producers
To see how our chapter activities express our goals, check out our current and past events.
To receive a copy of the Slow Food South Bay By-laws, approved at the Annual Meeting on January 24, 2011, please contact us. You can also email us at info [at sign] our domain [dot] com.
To join Slow Food USA, sign up online, or call (877) SlowFood.