Slow Food, founded in 1986, is an international organization whose aim is to protect the pleasures of the table from the homogenization of modern fast food and life. Though a variety of initiatives it promotes gastronomic culture, develops taste education, conserves agricultural biodiversity and protects traditional foods at risk of extinction. It now boasts over 100,000 members in 153 countries.


Slow Food Auckland, formerly Slow Food Waitakere, is registered as a charitable entity. Registration Number: CC38263, please click here to read our Rules and Regulations

Thursday, April 25, 2013

An Invitation to Oxfam's Biggest Coffee Break

A Coffee and Art Experience.

Coffee Studio. Corban's Estate. Henderson. 

Fairtrade. Organic. Delicious. Artistic.

Saturday. May 11th 2013. 10:00am. 

EXHIBITION - LANU ULIULI PA'O! BLACK NOISE!
Slow Food Waitakere is joining Oxfam’s Biggest Coffee Break. To raise money for some of the poorest people in to world.

Come along. Buy a Fairtrade coffee and something yummy to eat.
Make a $5 donation to our Coffee Break.
Check out the exhibitions at the Arts Centre.


Welcomes all coffee lovers
RSVP by May 8th 
Slowfoodwaitakere@gmail.com or Anutosh at 8349909

Monday, April 1, 2013

Community Garden Open Day Research

Man Alive Community Garden Project Update 


As many readers will know Slow Food Waitakere and Man Alive are scoping a project that  supports  Man Alive to establish a community garden for their clients and families.

Man Alive
Man Alive is dedicated to working with men and boys and the issues that affect their lives. 
You can find out more about them and the important work they do at  http://manalive.org.nz

The Vision for the Community Garden 
We envisage  that the garden will resemble the English 'allotment' model where men and their family/whanau can be allocated an area of land to develop a garden, maintain it and hopefully feed their family from it.

First Steps 
Understanding  what "makes" a successful community garden will be key to the project's success so we were very excited to take part in the West Auckland Community Garden Open Day on  March 24th  


The Gardens 
Our group visited 3 gardens - Ranui Community Garden, Woodside Community Garden and Millbrook Edible Garden - and were warmly welcomed by the dedicated volunteers that make them happen. We also formed important connections, that will help and support us as we move forward. And we learned a lot about the highs and lows of community gardening!  

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