Slow Food Huron Valley
We work to re-invigorate our local food system and preserve our food heritage.
We build connections among all stakeholders (and eaters!) in our region with community-wide events like the Local Food Summit and the HomeGrown FestivalWe organize special events (like Pie Lovers Unite! and potlucks) centered around the pleasure of enjoying food with friends and family. We build connections with local farmers and food artisans to help our community learn where their food come from (with our Great Lakes Heirloom Seed Trial, on farm tours, our book club, with panel discussions, film screenings and more).  We advocate for healthy food access (with events like Time for Lunch and the $5 Challenge). 

Slow Food Huron Valley Leadership Team
Kim Bayer (Chair Emeritus), Shannon Brines (Chair), Erica Kempter (Treasurer),
Judy Heady (Membership), Janet Osborn (Secretary), Misty Callies (Events), Caitlin Dickinson (PR and media), Lauren Bloom (Technology)

The Leadership Team meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm at the Jefferson Market and Cakery. All are welcome to attend these meetings (please RSVP by emailing leadership@slowfoodhuronvalley.com)

Slow Food USA
Slow Food U.S.A. is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to supporting and celebrating the food traditions of North America. Slow Food U.S.A oversees Slow Food activities in North America and supports and promotes the activities of 70 local chapters, each called a “convivium” that carry out the Slow Food mission at a local level. Each convivium advocates sustainability and bio-diversity through educational events and public outreach that promote the appreciation and consumption of seasonal and local foods and the support of those who produce them.

Monthly Newsletter
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Questions about membership or Slow Food in general?
Write to us at: slowfoodhuronvalley@gmail.com

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