Taste education plays a major role in Slow Food Upstate's Education for Children.
See how we do it on this video.
Slow Food in the Classroom
Meet Daniel Parson's as he talks about farming to children...
By understanding where our food comes from, how it was produced and by whom, adults and children can learn how to combine pleasure and responsibility in daily choices and appreciate the cultural and social importance of food. Our education projects differ from most food education as they are based on the idea that food means pleasure, culture and conviviality.
Special thanks to euphoria Greenville, Food and Wine event and the LBDG Charity as well as donations from the Don and Zelma Waggoner Foundation for supporting Slow Food Upstate Children's programs.
Ever thought about a career in the world of food? check out these opportunities in video!
What is it like to be a restaurant owner? Meet Carl Sobocinski, owner of TABLE 301 Restaurants in the Upstate of SC
What is it like to work in the kitchen? Meet Rodney Freidank, Chef with TABLE 301 Restaurants.
What is it like to work with a non-profit food organization? Meet Paolo DiCroce of Slow Food International and Richard McCarthy of Slow Food USA.
What is it like to be an organic farmer? Meet Daniel Parson.
What do you believe is important about food production? Here's some thoughts from Slow Food Members.
Special thanks to Euphoria Greenville, the Waggoner Foundation, and Jeff Sumerel for making our video project possible.
Connecting young people with their food is the most important step we can take to ensure a future full of good, clean, and fair food. Slow Food nurtures this future through our Slow Food in Schools program. Working with our chapters across the country, our Garden to Table projects provide meaningful, hands-on food experiences and education to K-12 students.
Current projects for children are incorporated on the CFSA Farm Tour in June, the Earth Market, all summer sessions, and other special dates annouced on our calendar.
Slow Food Upstate Grants are made available to schools and teachers and educators.
Slow Food Upstate is currently working on a project just for teachers and community educators in Taste Education.
Slow Food Upstate offers some great ideas for young people who want to have a career in sustainable foodways...
See what a local chef, Rodney Friedank has to say about being a chef.
Teacher Resources from the Lexicon of Sustainability here.
Please contact us for availability to bring a Slow Food Day to your school.
We have educational programs in taste education, school gardens, cooking, and more.
Contact email@example.com for information.
Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South Carolina re-opened spring of 2013 in Pendleton, SC with an amazing display of the History of Agriculture in the State of SC
Slow Food Upstate sponsors the Future of Agriculture Room with fun learning for children.
Contact Les McCall for more information.
Membership matters! Slow Food members are the lifeblood of this organization, providing the necessary financial support to power the global movement, the devotion to living Slow and making “good, clean and fair food for all” a reality.
As a member, you choose your local chapter, Slow Food Upstate.
When you choose the Upstate as your local chapter, we offer such benefits as:
Dr. Beth Kunkel, Chapter Leader
Linda Lee, Co-Chair
Joe Augello , Treasurer
Lil Glenn, Secretary
Dr. Nancy Walker
Anna Kate Hipp