Past events

Terra Madre Day 2014 Vendors

Terra Madre Day 2014 Vendors Produce & Seeds Brooklane Farm & La Mancha Ranch CSC Youth Gardens Harcombe Farms Iddell Dew Gardens My Pharm Nichols Garden Nursery The Mushroomery The Thyme Garden Livestock Products Deck Family Farm Northwest Natural Beef Rain Sheep Totum Bonum Farm Baked Goods & Processed Products Alpine Sourdough Bakery Earth and…

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Resistance

Resistance, A Film by Michael Graziano On 7 October 2014, Slow Food Corvallis screened the film “Resistance” in collaboration with the Food in Culture & Social Justice Program and the Center for Small Farms & Community Food Systems at Oregon State University. This documentary examines the causes and effects of rising numbers of antibiotic-resistant strains…

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Annual General Meeting/Potluck and Event Planning, 2014

Slow Food Corvallis Annual General Meeting and Potluck, 2014 23 people gathered at the Chintimini Senior Center in Corvallis on Sunday, March 9th, to enjoy a delicious potluck, hear a brief summary of last year’s accomplishments, and discuss plans for the coming year. 2013 events included: Vivacity Spirits Tasting: touring and tasting gin, vodka, and…

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Ecuadorian Dinner, 2013

Ecuadorian Dinner with the OSU Binational Learning Community Program On Wednesday evening, September  18, 2013, a group of 30 local Slow Food activists, Ecuadorian visitors, and other members of the OSU Binational Learning Community on food issues gathered for dinner at the Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center. The dinner was organized by Slow Food Corvallis Board…

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Give Bees A Chance

Give Bees A Chance Slow Food Corvallis held a Give Bees A Chance event on Thursday, August 8th at the Oregon State University Oak Creek Center for Urban Horticulture apiary site. Ellen Topitzhofer, an OSU graduate student studying honeybee nutrition, gave a very informative talk about honeybee organization, their importance in Oregon agriculture as well as a discussion about…

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Plants at Gondar garden

Gondar Garden Update: August 2013

Gondar Garden Progress Report In the fall of 2010, Corvallis Slow Food leaders returned from the Terra Madre conference in Italy with a new idea for US Slow Food chapters: to partner with individuals and institutions abroad, and create “1000 Gardens for Africa”. These gardens would help to create relationships between chapters separated by geography,…

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Oregon Originals

Oregon Originals Heritage Vegetables and Fruits of the Willamette Valley Thursday, 13 June 2013  Slow Food Corvallis hosted this informative and entertaining event which attracted a standing-room-only crowd and included lively, illustrated, talks about heritage fruits and vegetables given by experts in the field. *Jim Myers, Ph.D., Professor in OSU’s Department of Horticulture delineated the…

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2012 Terra Madre Day

2012 Terra Madre Day: Saturday, December 1 Over 400 people braved the dreary, rainy skies to take in the 2012 holiday food fair hosted by Slow Food Corvallis and Ten Rivers Food Web at the Benton County Fairgrounds Auditorium. In our third year, we celebrated products of the local harvest from around the Willamette Valley…

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Sandwich, salad, wine

Ladies in the Fields Dinner

A beautiful summer evening, outdoor setting at the Buchanan Family Century Farm, lovely wine from Tyee Wine Cellars and Ponzi Vineyards, and a wonderfully tasty dinner prepared by Chef Heidi Tunnell — all came together perfectly for SFC’s Ladies in Fields dinner, a celebration of local women in mid-Willamette Valley agriculture. While munching on appetizers and…

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Cookbook Sale

SLOW FOOD CORVALLIS BENEFIT COOKBOOK SALE! Are you interested in bargain-priced cookbooks, gardening books and other food-related publications?  Check out our table at the Farmers’ Market on Saturday July 28th from 9AM to 1PM!  Do you have more cookbooks at home than you regularly consult and use?  Donate them NOW for this special sale of…

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