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Slow Food Web Sites

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Neighboring Slow Food Chapters

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Slow Food Delta Diablo

Slow Food East Bay

Slow Food Marin

Slow Food Monterey Bay

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Slow Food San Benito

Slow Food San Francisco

Slow Food Santa Cruz

Slow Food Solano

Slow Food Sonoma County, North

Slow Food Sonoma Valley

Slow Food Valley of the Moon Glen Ellen

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Neighboring Slow Food Student Chapters

Slow Food California Culinary Academy

Slow Food City College of San Francisco

Slow Food Saint Mary’s College of CA

Slow Food Sonoma State University

Slow Food at Stanford

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  1. Grow a SEED for your COMMUNITY.
    Join the Community Grow Out with
    Silicon Valley Grows! One Seed, One Community

    The Seed Libraries of the Mountain View, Santa Clara, Saratoga and Campbell Libraries are presenting this summer, Silicon Valley Grows! One Seed, One Community
    Based on Silicon Valley Reads, where the community reads one book. Silicon Valley Grows! One Seed One Community is a new program aimed at promoting locally-grown food, healthy eating habits, and gardening, all while increasing community involvement throughout the Silicon Valley community. Local Food Starts With Local Seed! Join with other local gardeners to grow local seed for our local seed libraries; and preserve the genetic diversity of selected heirloom varieties. This year for the community grow out is the Cherokee Trail of Tears Bean, an heirloom bean chosen from the US Ark of Taste. This bean will be available at the seed libraries for willing gardeners to grow for free. The Santa Clara UCCE Master Gardners will present programing on How to Grow Beans. Everyone is encouraged to grow this bean in their garden. Then they can let some plants go to seed and share some seeds with their neighbors and their local Seed Library. Look for programs at the Mountain View, Santa Clara, Saratoga and Campbell Libraries in May, July and September.
    Saratoga Library Saturday, 5/3/2014 1:30pm-3:00pm kick off
    Mountain View Public Library Saturday, 5/10/2014 11:30pm- 1:00pm kick off
    Santa Clara City Library Saturday, 5/10/2014 1:30pm-3:00pm kick off
    Campbell Library Saturday, 5/17/2014 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm kick off

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