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Thursday, December 5th

Holiday Celebration and Cookie Exchange at The Grange

Tuesday, December 10th

Terra Madre Day

Kristin Jorgensen, considered “one of Sonoma’s most passionate, food obsessed residents,” interviews Slow Food Sonoma Valey president Margarita Ramirez-Dalton. Read what Margarita has to say about Slow Food, our local chapter, and her passion for “good, clean, fair food accessible to all” at by clicking the link below:

From Food News, the Slow Food USA newsletter:

Sonoma County Potato Reborn

This harvest season, a handful of Sonoma County farmers are starting to harvest an historic potato with deep roots in the past, the endangered Bodega Red. A sister chapter, Slow Food Sonoma County North, placed the Bodega Red on the Slow Food USA Ark of Taste a few years ago in an effort to save its thin red skin for posterity. Read more at:

In case you missed it:

Junior Cheesemaker’s Course Debuts

Slow Food Sonoma Valley (SFSV) and Cittaslow have designed a collaborative pilot project aligned with the joint organizations’ mission statements—expanding the education of good, clean, fair food and preserving the culture and ecology of small communities and farming. The Sonoma Valley Boys and Girls Club proved to be the ideal venue for this. Read more.

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