Monthly Archives: March 2009

World Water Day

March 22 is World Water Day. This year the focus is “on sharing water, sharing opportunities (transboundary water).” Why not join Slow Water to find out how you can get involved in helping others with issues of water scaricty and … Continue reading

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Slow Food Panels at the Society for Applied Anthropology Conference

I will be heading to Santa Fe later this week to participate in the Society for Applied Anthropology Conference. There will be two panels on Slow Food and I will be chairing one: (TH-101) THURSDAY, March 19, 1:30-3:20 – Lamy … Continue reading

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Urban Chicks in Vancouver

I am fascinated by the presence of agricultural activity and food production in cities. On one hand, it seems that many North American urbanites are embracing this move towards getting in touch with their food supply in a very hands … Continue reading

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Slow Water at Terra Madre

This is a little article I wrote about the first trickling of Slow Water at Terra Madre…

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Slow Wine at UBC

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to present my latest research on Slow Wine, which is a general call for developing a movement that applies the Slow Food philosophy to the wine industry: “defend biodiversity in our food supply, spread taste … Continue reading

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