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Colorado Fare

Dinners + Parties
July 13, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Slow Food Nations presents Colorado Fare, an event to celebrate the best flavors that come from our home state. Enjoy a slew of gourmet dishes made from Colorado-sourced ingredients and built by the state's top chefs.

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$65
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Global Street Food Social

Dinners + Parties
July 14, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Experience the world as you roam Larimer Square from bite to bite. Look forward to one-of-a-kind food and drink pairings served between the sidewalks. Expect the unexpected, and to be wowed by it all!

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$65
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Edible Beats Street

Family Friendly
July 14, 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Slow down on Eat Street, a weekend long pop-up bar and food court that will get a fork into one hand and a beverage into the other!

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FREE
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Farming for the Future

Summits + Talks
July 14, 11:00 am - 1:30 pm

Explore the future of farming and ranching as we discuss sustainable agriculture, rural communities, land management and the next generation of farmers. This summit is not only a talk from leading voices. It's also an engaging and interactive conversation with practical take-aways and delicious tastings. It's Food for Change.

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$75
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When Disaster Strikes

Summits + Talks
July 14, 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Agriculture is a victim of natural disasters, with vulnerable communities and developing countries at particular risk. How do we cultivate resilience in the face of disaster and rebuild our communities and food systems?

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$75
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The Buzz About Biodiversity

Summits + Talks
July 15, 11:00 am - 1:30 pm

In this summit, we'll explore the essential role of biodiversity to the agricultural landscape. We'll also turn to the landscapes of our kitchen tables and learn about the stories of bees, seeds and grains.

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$75
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July 2018

Slow Food Nations presents Colorado Fare, an event to celebrate the best flavors that come from our home state. Enjoy a slew of gourmet dishes made from Colorado-sourced ingredients and built by the state’s top chefs.

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  • Larimer Square
  • Dinners + Parties

Head to the Taste Marketplace at Larimer Square for a free culinary adventure that will tickle all your senses. Nearly 100 exhibitors of good, clean and fair food will be featured in the Taste Marketplace to tell their stories and let you sample and buy their delicious products. 

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  • Larimer Square
  • Family Friendly

We want kids to know how to make good food choices. The seeds we plant now will make a big impact on food and farming in the future. So come on over and have some fun!

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  • Larimer Square
  • Family Friendly

Explore the future of farming and ranching as we discuss sustainable agriculture, rural communities, land management and the next generation of farmers. This summit is not only a talk from leading voices. It’s also an engaging and interactive conversation with practical take-aways and delicious tastings. It’s Food for Change.

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  • 2nd Floor @ College of Architecture and Planning (UCD)
  • Summits + Talks

Learn why food waste is an issue, where it comes from and how we can take action. Spoiler alert: there are delicious solutions to food waste!

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  • Food for Change Tent @ Larimer Square
  • Summits + Talks

What is the Farm Bill? Why has it been in the news lately? What does it have to do with me? From policy to fork and beyond, join us in a discussion highlighting what you need to know about the Farm Bill.

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  • Food for Change Tent @ Larimer Square
  • Summits + Talks

There’s no way around it. Farmers are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Struggling to make ends meet with agriculture alone, many farmers lease their lands to oil and gas companies for fracking.

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  • Food for Change Tent @ Larimer Square
  • Summits + Talks

Agriculture is a victim of natural disasters, with vulnerable communities and developing countries at particular risk. How do we cultivate resilience in the face of disaster and rebuild our communities and food systems?

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  • 2nd Floor @ College of Architecture and Planning (UCD)
  • Summits + Talks

Can you really be a conscious carnivore? Access to humanely raised foods is expanding through the growth of farmers’ markets and online sales. But can you truly live a life of ethical animal eating? Aside from the practical and social aspects of committing to mindful carnivorism, is the notion itself conflicted or justifiable?

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  • Food for Change Tent @ Larimer Square
  • Summits + Talks

Enjoy an authentic, edible insect dish from the Oaxacan region of Mexico. It will be paired with a unique twist on a traditional agave based cocktail to match the flavor profile of the edible insects.

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  • Larimer Social
  • Workshops + demos

The Slow Food Nations Chef Summit is an evening of making connections and celebrating the impact of the chef’s voice. This event is by invitation only.

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  • Summits + Talks

We want kids to know how to make good food choices. The seeds we plant now will make a big impact on food and farming in the future. So come on over and have some fun!

Full Details
  • Larimer Square
  • Family Friendly

Head to the Taste Marketplace at Larimer Square for a free culinary adventure that will tickle all your senses. Nearly 100 exhibitors of good, clean and fair food will be featured in the Taste Marketplace to tell their stories and let you sample and buy their delicious products. 

Full Details
  • Larimer Square
  • Family Friendly

The #MeToo movement has brought sexual assault and harassment to the forefront of every industry. The food industry is no different.

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  • Food for Change Tent @ Larimer Square
  • Summits + Talks

In this summit, we’ll explore the essential role of biodiversity to the agricultural landscape. We’ll also turn to the landscapes of our kitchen tables and learn about the stories of bees, seeds and grains.

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  • 2nd Floor @ College of Architecture and Planning (UCD)
  • Summits + Talks

At its center, Slow Food reflects a commitment to change and thoughtful food consumption. Similarly, Slow Wine establishes the same conscientious practice from vineyard decision to the enjoyment of the wine itself. In this workshop, you will be guided through a tasting and discussion of six specially selected Slow Wines from Italy, California and Colorado. Many of these wineries went against the grain to preserve the integrity of their region’s terroir. They made deliberate decisions from labor, grape selection (and…

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  • TAG
  • Workshops + demos

As climate change becomes an increasingly urgent issue for our food system, more and more farmers and policymakers are turning to practices that begin to rebuild our ecosystem for the better. Enter regenerative agriculture.

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  • Food for Change Tent @ Larimer Square
  • Summits + Talks

Join Massimo Bottura and Raj Patel to learn more about the causes and impact of food waste. This summit is not only a talk from leading voices. It’s also an engaging and interactive conversation with practical take-aways and delicious tastings. It’s Food for Change.

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  • 2nd Floor @ College of Architecture and Planning (UCD)
  • Summits + Talks

There are more things in libraries than books! Seed libraries, seed banks, and other seed-saving repositories are becoming more important than ever when it comes to preserving biodiversity.

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  • Food for Change Tent @ Larimer Square
  • Summits + Talks

Join an inspired feast of recovered food from Slow Food Nations. As chefs band together for this pre-service style meal, you’ll get to taste the possibilities of cooking with food that may have otherwise been wasted.

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  • Larimer Square
  • Dinners + Parties
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