SFUSA Tells Congress: America Needs a Strong Child Nutrition Reauthorization!

During 2012, federal school food programs helped provide free or low-cost school meals to more than 31 million children in more than 100,000 public and non-profit, private schools.

SFNYC Volunteer Opportunities

You have asked for volunteer opportunities—helping out at events and sharing your love for Good, Clean and Fair food in New York City. Here are two fantastic opportunities.

Urban Harvest: Teachers Backyard Barbecue on the Farm

In an initiative to create a community among teachers as well as foster potential programs for further development, Slow Food NYC and North Brooklyn Farms partnered to host a Teacher’s BBQ on a recent summer night at a farm in South Williamsburg.

(S)lowing down, Reflecting, & Celebrating

Slow Food NYC board member Maria Cerretani recaps our annual party, the (s)low down.

Blogger discovers organic farming in an NYC public school

Alberto Gonzalez visits one of our Slow Food NYC Urban Harvest schools and discovers the great work being done by Abbe Futterman and PS 364 (The Earth School).

Urban Harvest at the Earth School

The Earth School (K-5) on Manhattan's Lower East side has been an Urban Harvest School for four years. Here, all the kids get involved with the program. Read teacher Abbe Futtermaan's spring report.

Culinary Interns wanted in Brooklyn

The Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb Center in Park Slope, Brooklyn, has 6 NEW Internships Available, each with a different focus.

Volunteer Days at Urban Harvest Garden

Come join our Farmer Nora and Slow Food NYC supporters to break ground on our newest school garden out in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

An Everlasting Meal, With Tamar Adler

Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb Center and Slow Food USA present a four class cooking series with Tamar Adler, author of the critically acclaimed 'An Everlasting Meal'. Slow Food members get a discount as well as a copy of the book. Sign up now.

Volunteer Opportunity - Build a Greenhouse in the Bronx

Help a school in the South Bronx build a greenhouse.

The Bronx Academy of Letters, a school in the Slow Food NYC Urban Harvest program, has purchased a greenhouse and is looking for a few volunteers to help assemble it. If you are good with your hands; have similar experience; or just want to help out, please contact Anthony Galardi at


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