Thursday, June 08, 2006
Slow Food featured on KUOW (Puget Sound Public Radio)
Hsiao-Ching Chou is the food editor for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Mary Embleton is the executive director of Cascade Harvest, a Washington-based organization committed to farmland preservation. She also heads up Farmlink, a program that connects people who want to get started in agriculture with farmers and landowners who are committed to establishing the next generation of producers.
Gerry Warren is a founder of Slow Food Seattle and currently serves on its board. He also works on the Ark of Taste, which is part of the international effort to register artisan growers and producers of traditional foods.
Labels: Slow Food News