Farms

Slow Food NYC supports Added Value

Since 2001, Added Value has been a vital part of the Red Hook neighborhood, offering access to healthy, affordable food, as well as empowerment training programs for teens and catalyzing a Food Justice ecosystem. Today they are still in need of support to recover from the destruction of their farm during Hurricane Sandy.

From Roof to Table

Thanks to photographer Rob Stephenson's solo exhibition at the Camera Club in New York (CCNY), we can get a comprehensive look at the marriage of agriculture and urbanism in New York City.

Hurricane Sandy Relief

Many of our Snail of Approval awardees have experienced heavy damages due to Hurricane Sandy. Here are some ways you can help these small businesses so they can continue to make Good, Clean, and Fair food available in New York City.

'Milk Money' from the City Pages in Minneapolis

Monsanto and Kraft aren't the only big players in our food system. Read about the Dairy Termination Program or the "Whole Herd Buyout" created by Cooperatives Working Together (CWT).

So, Who Needs a Farm Bill?

You do! Find out why New Yorkers need to care about the Food and Farm Bill and what you can do to help make sure that the new Food and Farm Bill is a Good, Clean, and Fair one.

A New Farm Grows in Brooklyn

A Q&A with Farmer Nora Painten. By Ed Yowell.

Sign on to the NYC Food and Farm Bill Principles!

The NYC Food and Farm Bill Working Group will see to it that your voice, and the voices of many, many others, will be heard in Washington.

Urban Harvest on YouTube!

Please take a moment to look at the video that our incredibly talented Slow Food NYC intern, Julia Kelly, made for us this summer at Ujima Garden. Enjoy and share the link with friends!

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