This year's recipients are Caitlin Bergman and Dan McLeod of Copia Farm!
We hope you can join us for what promises to be an engaging conversation regarding food and food choice, with specific regard to the meat industry. Registrants are invited to watch (free of charge) filmmaker and fellow panelist Zev Robinson's 38-minute documentary, "The Scottish Breed" in advance of the discussion. Visit this link to view the trailer and register for this event being hosted, which will be moderated by Chapter Leader Mark Anthony Arceño.
Our APOP x Slow Food Columbus spring event brought together voices of the Columbus food scene in the name of sharing their impressions about what good, clean, and fair food means to them. On the panel: Charlotte Harden of La Chatelaine French Bakery and Bistro, Top Chef alum Avishar Barua of Joya's, and Yessica and Yazmin Quezada of Cazuela's Mexican Cantina
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About Slow Food Columbus
Slow Food Columbus seeks to create dramatic and lasting change toward a more sustainable food system. We work to promote foods grown, produced, and prepared here in Central Ohio, advocate for fair pricing in our food supply, and seek to bring our community together with events that are simply fun.
Slow Food Columbus is the local chapter of an international food movement guided by the principle of “good, clean, and fair food for all.” We are a volunteer-run nonprofit that relies on membership to support our initiatives.