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We Couldn’t Have Done it Without You!

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Slow Food East End started 2021 off strong, and kept on going through the whole year with gatherings, educational programming, fundraising, community support, baking
and more!
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Thank you for your support to make our work possible, keeping food systems on the East End good, clean and fair for all.
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We initiated new programs, and kept others going despite the global pandemic and its many challenges. Our Resilience Grants supported local food purveyors to help keep their doors open, and our School Gardens Program has continued to fund Master Gardeners and serve veggies from the gardens in the school cafeterias. New programs have been created as well to meet the needs of our community, including our Slow Food Live: Chefs Series, and Flour Power.
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Click on the photos below to learn more about what we’ve accomplished this past year – and find more on our blog!
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Children from Peconic Community School help bake bread for our Flour Power initiative.
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Colin Ambrose, of Estia’s Little Kitchen, demonstrates his Cinco de Mayo feast
in our Chefs Series.
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Oysters were served by Peeko Oysters for our Annual Meeting.
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Mattitaco celebrates their Snail of Approval award!
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Our community gathered for two Walk & Wine events this year.
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