Los Angeles

Garden School Foundation Workday

Update, February 26, 2010: We’ve just received word that tomorrow’s workday has been cancelled due to anticipated rainstorms in the area. The next workday has been scheduled for March 27. The Garden School Foundation has […] Read More >>>

LA Sprouts at the Milagro Allegro Community Garden

This week saw the launch of LA Sprouts, a new program at the Milagro Allegro Community Garden in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. A partnership between the Keck School of Medicine of the […] Read More >>>

Public Hearing Announcement

Thanks to Emily Ventura and Lauren Cook of USC’s Child Obesity Research Center for an alert regarding a public hearing next week. Members of the public are invited to attend a hearing of the California […] Read More >>>

Alice Waters to Speak About Edible Education in Santa Monica

Alice Waters, founder of Chez Panisse and the Chez Panisse Foundation and an international governor of Slow Food, will speak in Santa Monica about her experience bringing the Edible Schoolyard program to public schools. Alice […] Read More >>>

Learning More about RootDownLA

Jennie Cook, whom many Slow Food members and friends know as the founder and chef of Cook’s Double Dutch, is inviting those interested in learning more about RootDownLA to a food-focused event. Details below: RootDown […] Read More >>>

Garden School Foundation Fundraising Event

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Event Announcement: Two Angry Moms Screening

In conjunction with Freshlunches, Healthy Child Healthy World, and Clif Bar, Slow Food Los Angeles is pleased to support the free screening and Los Angeles debut of Two Angry Moms, a documentary by Amy Kalafa. […] Read More >>>

“L is for Lunch”: Schools Emphasizing Food Education

The New York Times has just published the second in a series of articles about schools that are making food–and food knowledge–an important part of the educational experience. The first article, “How Does Their Garden […] Read More >>>

Fertile Ground: Slow Food in Schools

Slow Food USA has emailed members regarding Fertile Ground: A Benefit for Slow Food in Schools, and invites members and friends to support Slow Food in Schools by donating an item to the online auction, […] Read More >>>