Get in touch

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We love to hear from you! Questions, cool news, random greetings… we want it all. Email us at oberlin@slowfoodusa.org.

Links, photos and upcoming events are also posted to our facebook site.

And if you are an Oberlin student, also feel free to get in touch with any of our current officers:

Fall 2013 Officers:

Idalia Bamert (’16) and Jake Holtzman (’15), Co-Chairs

Caroline De Vries (’15), Treasurer

Rachel Zuckerman (’15), Photographer and Co-Treasurer

Sophia Fast (’16), Secretary

 

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2 comments

  1. Greetings

    Can you post this for us? WE need volunteers for saturdays event. Can any slow food folks come as our guest and help us out?
    The New Agrarian Center
    Local Food Summit
    SATURDAY
    MARCH 10, 2012
    9AM – 4PM
    Spitzer Center
    Lorain County Community College
    1005 N. Abbe Rd, Elyria, OH 44035
    JUNE HOLLEY June is an expert on innovation, collaboration and networks.
    After twenty years as executive director of the Appalachian
    Center for Economic Networks, (ACENet) she stepped down to
    devote her energies to helping communities around the globe form
    Smart Networks by training and supporting Network Weavers.
    The focus of Jack’s work is coaching and facilitating leaders,
    organizations, and communities in building their capacity
    for change. Jack will take us from “What would you like to
    make possible in the next two to twenty years?” to “What
    would you like to do this season to move toward your dream.”
    Brad will lead us through the creation of a Community
    Investment Portfolio project where we will choose a
    local project to invest money that is collected at the door.
    JACK RICCHIUTO
    BRAD MASI
    MOVING FROM SELF SURVIVING TO SHARED THRIVING
    Practical learning workshops on connecting local food to insiitutional food service,
    vermicomposting and more! Meet and network with others and learn new ways
    to grow community wealth and opportunity in our region.
    Donation at the Door (money collected will go toward a shared investment)
    $30 & a donation of food or seeds & a recipe for the Food Bank
    OR 3 hours of your time to City Fresh or the George Jones Farm & a Food Bank donation
    Bring more than two people & a Food Bank donation, YOU get in free (they each pay $10)
    LOCAL FOOD BUFFET INCLUDED!
    Cash or Check to The NAC at the door
    PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WILL JOIN US!
    (We want to be sure we have enough food) Register at http://www.NeoFoodWeb.org
    Sponsored by LCCC & The Oberlin Project

  2. thanks for all your hard work

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