Satisfied at Sea – an interview with Barbara Rodenburg of the Wadden Sea Fishers
The Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage site & the largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mud flats in the world, is also home to Barbara Rodenburg, who has dedicated her life to the sea as a fisher, a biologist and as a chef. Barbara takes us through her journey from joining Slow Food to her experiences with the Wadden Sea Traditional Fishers Presidium at the Chef’s Alliance Kitchen, Slow Fish 2017.
A Sea of Cultures
From our participation at the march in Milan, “Together Without Walls” on May 20th, to the “A Sea of Cultures” conference in Genoa, on May 21st, and the Migrant Film Festival at Pollenzo from June 9th-11th: we are all migrants, and we believe that cultural and ethnic differences enrich the world. For this reason, Slow Food and the University of Gastronomic Sciences will continue to be committed to this theme.
Infographic: Slow Food and Biodiversity in numbers
Our projects are tools to promote a model of agriculture that is based on local biodiversity and respect for the land and the local culture in harmony with the environment and which aims to provide food sovereignty and access to good, clean and fair food for all communities. What have we achieved so far?