Slow Food is creating a network of young people working to save Africa's extraordinary biodiversity, to raise the profile of traditional knowledge and food culture and to promote small-scale, family farming.
The 10,000 food gardens are the concrete tool...Read more »
The Siebenburgen, the seven villages of Transylvania, have been inhabited by the Saxons for eight centuries. With the end of Communist rule in 1989, many of the villagers abandoned their lives in Romania and returned to Germany. Today, the Siebenburgen are a kind of lost paradise, a still-surviving piece of the Middle Ages in one of the most unspoilt natural environments in Europe, inhabited...Read more »
Launched by Slow Food Belarus Convivium in 2008, this project provides a hands-on course for secondary school students that builds knowledge of the region's local food culture, improves the daily diet of families in the region and empowers young people to play a role in the future direction of the local food system.
The project was launched in the villages of Berioza and...Read more »
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