Los Angeles

August’s Back to School (Garden) Plugmob

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Author Event: Joseph Shuldiner and Pure Vegan at Lindy & Grundy’s

Joseph Shuldiner, an L.A. County Master Food Preserver, the founder of the Altadena Farmers’ Market, and the director of the Institute of Domestic Technology, invites Slow Food Los Angeles members and friends to an event […] Read More >>>

Seed Library of Los Angeles (SLOLA) Monthly Meeting

The next meeting of the Seed Library of Los Angeles (SLOLA) will be held on Saturday, August 18 from 2:30 until 4:00pm at The Learning Garden at Venice High School (13000 Venice Boulevard at Walgrove). […] Read More >>>

May Plugmob for Los Angeles-area School Gardens

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March Plugmob for Los Angeles-area School Gardens

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Can It! 2012: The Los Angeles Foodsteader Tour

Food Forward has announced the 2012 Can It! series of hands-on classes, four opportunities to learn from Master Food Preservers at unique locations in and around Los Angeles: March 31, 2012: To kick off the […] Read More >>>

“Gardening on the Farm and in the City” at the Santa Monica Public Library

Thanks to Laura Avery and Jodi Low for a reminder about the next Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Library Panel event, Gardening on the Farm and in the City: When: Thursday, February 9, 2012 from 7:00pm […] Read More >>>

Applications Now Accepted for the Los Angeles County Master Food Preservers Spring 2012 Class

Los Angeles has seen a surge of interest in food preservation techniques, from pickling and canning to liqueur making, fermentation, and cheesemaking. Thanks in large part to the leadership of Ernest Miller, chef of The […] Read More >>>

School Garden Plugmob Alert

Irrepressible school garden advocate Mud Baron has announced the first plugmob of 2012. Representatives of school gardens can benefit from Mud’s work at the San Pedro Science Center and his network of donors and take […] Read More >>>

Chasen Kuyo 2011

A perennial favorite among Slow Food members and friends is the annual Chasen Kuyo (Tea Ceremony Celebration) of the Zenshuji Soto Buddhist Temple. Many thanks to Lauren Deutsch for alerting us to each year’s details, […] Read More >>>

Edible Education: Marion Nestle on Food Politics

The third session of UC Berkeley’s Edible Education class featured Marion Nestle, whose contributions to our understanding of food politics and nutrition are significant and extraordinarily helpful. Dr. Nestle regularly blogs at foodpolitics.com and is […] Read More >>>

Edible Education: Peter Sellars on Food as Culture

Students and guests at the second session of UC Berkeley’s Edible Education class were treated to a provocative and timely lecture by Peter Sellars, whose passion for social justice and the role of art in […] Read More >>>