Slow Food South Bay actively promotes clean and fair food for all.  

******Upcoming Events******


Celebrate Local Ranching & Farming

Live Music, Local Brews, and a Talk

hosted by Slow Food South Bay and POST

January 26, 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Forager Tasting Room, San Jose

FREE to attend, $40 with Farm Fresh Dinner and Brew

Join POST, Slow Food South Bay and Forager Tasting Room for an evening of delicious local food, music and learning about the importance of ranching and farming to our local heritage and economy. This event will highlight POST’s Farmland Futures Program, which works to permanently protect thousands of acres of farm and ranch land in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.

The event will feature two outstanding local women, Nancy Vail and Doniga Markegard.  Nancy is the Co-Founder of Pie Ranch and will discuss their organic farming program and close partnership with POST.  Doniga Markegard, noted rancher, wild-life tracker, and author of the new book Dawn Again, will share about her experiences.  Along with her husband and four children, Doniga owns and operates Markegard Family Grass-Fed, raising grass-fed beef, lamb, pastured pork and chicken supplying the Bay Area with healthy, local foods. The family leases over 10,000 acres of land in the Bay Area and works to enhance the waterways on their properties by mimicking natural systems with regenerative agriculture practices.

Tickets to the dinner are $40 per person and include your meal as well as your first beer from our featured brewery, or a soda if you prefer. You will taste locally raised Markegard grass-fed beef, local produce from local farms, and a local brew. Attend the talk for FREE without dinner. Additional drinks will be available at the no-host bar.


Join Local Garden Share and Slow Food South Bay to celebrate National Seed Swap Day
January 27, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (yes, only one hour!)
Charles Street Gardens, 433 Charles St, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, USA

Bring seeds to share, especially seeds you have saved.
Please make sure to label and share as much information as you can about your seeds.

To learn more about saving seeds,

2019 Kick Off for One Seed, One Community 
OSOC will continue to encourage gardeners to Grow a Row for the Seed Library and other community groups. This year’s choice will be available at the Seed Exchange. More to come..Don’t forget to visit your local seed library!

Slow Food represents a growing movement of 100,000 members globally, 25,000 nationally, and over 100 in our South Bay chapter.

 Support your local chapter of Slow Food.

Donations will help us in hosting and keeping costs low for future events.