Chef Bhavani be working with Slow Food North Shore again, to bring their Food and Film Feast to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock this Friday, October 7th at 7pm. The event is an enchanted evening of short documentary films, paired with a speaker and food for each film. We will be serving a six course meal, highlighting local and organic food, prepared with the principles of Slow Food and iEat Green. If you can make it, there are still tickets available. The event is being subsidized by UUCSR, so tickets are only $40.00 ( or $30.00 for UUCSR or Slow Food Members) To purchase tickets, call or email Sharyn at SEsposito@uucsr.org, (516) 472-2960
Now is a great time to join the Slow Food Movement and become a member! During the month of September, Slow Food USA is focusing on 4 different themes. The first week is a campaign to raise awareness about the production of our factory farmed meats and seafood, with a Slow Meat and Slow Fish Campaign to support sustainable, humane production of the foods we eat. Slow Meat and Slow Fish raises awareness about how our animals are treated, whether they are fed antibiot
ics and hormones, whether they eat a GMO diet and have access to pasture or clean water. The theme of the second week is the Ark of Taste, which is a campaign that supports a biodiverse and biodelicious future for our tables. Slow Food highlights new products that have been boarded onto the Ark, and feature the people pushing to save endangered items. You can join The Town Hall conference call
on Sept 8th at 4pm, which will feature Marion Nestle (Author and NYU Professor) and Richard McCarthy (Executive Director of SFUSA) discussing how Big Ag suppresses biodiversity and how food policy fits into the current political landscape. The third theme is a focus on School Gardens & Youth. This week, we’ll talk about the impact of gardening on both schools and families, and how you can bring these lessons home. During this week, for one day only, September 15th, you can pay what you want to become a member. This is a great option for students and people with limited income who want to support our work. You must use this link: https://www.slowfoodusa.org/give-what-you-can. Also, on September 16th, you can get a free tote or tee shirt for the first 50 people who join with a family membership! The last week in September is a celebration of our local chapters. Gathering together is core to the Slow Food movement, and delegates from around the world will be coming together in Torino, Italy for Terra Madre, to highlight the movement and to promote Slow Food USA’s next big event, Slow Food Nations, a national gathering in Denver, CO, July 2017.
On September 22nd, generous donors have offered to match all donations up to $10K, so that is a great day to join!
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Join us for a Summer Solstice Celebration at the iEat Green Homestead on
Sunday, June 26th at 5pm.
It is a Pot Luck, so please bring something local, homemade if possible, and/or an organic wine or drink!
We will send location details with your RSVP
Suggested Donation $5.00 members, $10.00 non members
The Rodale Institute Farm Tour and Organic Agricultural Workshop
Please join the Long Island Food Coalition, Slow Food North Shore and iEat Green, on a wonderful excursion to Rodale Farms in Kutztown, PA. for an educational tour and workshop on Monday, July 18th.
For more than sixty years, The Rodale Institute has been researching the best practices of organic agriculture and sharing their findings with farmers and scientists throughout the world, advocating for policies that support farmers, and educating consumers about how going organic is the healthiest option for people and the planet.
We will be traveling by luxury coach
Melville pick-up and drop off: 8:30am – 7pm
Roslyn pick up and drop off: 9am – 6:30pm
Please click below for reservations.
One of the first (and the best) health food stores on Long Island!
Join us as we help Rising Tide celebrate 40 years of bringing food that is good, clean and fair to the North Shore of Long Island! We will have a table here so please come say Hi next Sunday, the 12th – We’d love to see you!
save the date!
Tuesday, June 7th at 7:30pm
Slow Food North Shore & The Cinema Arts Centre
“Let’s Eat: Food on Film Series”
Includes a Q&A with Costa Boutsikaris – the Director, Cinematographer & Editor, and a permaculture inspired reception prepared by us!
Inhabit is a feature length documentary detailing permaculture: a design method that offers an ecological lens for solving issues related to agriculture, economics, governance, and on. The film presents a vast array of projects, concepts, and people, and it translates the diversity of permaculture into something that can be understood by an equally diverse audience. For those familiar, it will be a call to action and a glimpse into what’s possible – what kind of projects and solutions are already underway. For those unfamiliar, it will be an introduction to a new way of being and a new way of relating to the Earth. For everyone, it will be a reminder that humans are capable of being planetary healing forces.
(USA, 2015, 92 min., DCP | Dir. Costa Boutsikaris)
Unfortunately the NORTH FORK FARM TOUR has been CANCELLED. Please stay tuned for a RESCHEDULED DATE. For REFUNDS, Please call THE NORTH SHORE LAND ALLIANCE at 516-626-0908. THANK YOU!
Please join us at our Slow Food North Shore
Planning Meeting & Potluck Supper
We welcome your ideas and passion!
Tuesday, May 10th at 7:30 PM
The Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave Huntington, NY 11743
Bring a dish to share; homemade if possible. RSVP’s are appreciated.
We’d love for you to join us on Sunday, March 20th at 6:30 PM
Join us at Sip Tea Lounge for this SUPER SPECIAL EVENT.
Eliah Halpenny and Cam Muir from Big Island Tea will make a special visit to Sip Tea Lounge Monday, March 21st at 6 PM.
Did you know that tea grows on the Big Island of Hawai`i, right here in the United States? Would you like to learn more about agro-ecology? Have you ever wondered why growing tea in a complex forest is more ecologically sustainable and better for tea quality? Have you ever wondered how different environments shape the tea in your cup or affect the tea plant itself? If so, join us!
Please call (631) 683-5777 to let them know you are coming. Space is limited!