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Inspiring people to eat, grow, and share healthy local food.
Slow Food Southwest Washington was started as a Leadership Clark County project in 2006.
We value good, real food that is healthy and accessible: Food that
nourishes our bodies must not harm the earth. It must be grown using
sustainable methods which conserve soil and water, protect pollinators, and
provide fair compensation to those who grow it.
We value community stewardship : Everyone has a role to play. We seek
to meet and accept people wherever they are in their journey. We look to
local growers, volunteers, youth and elders as partners and collaborators.
We value diverse and vibrant communities : Resilient local economies
are built on interdependence, caring, and a sense of place. We honor diverse
cultural food heritage and celebrate stories and memories of agricultural
We value a creative and innovative approach : We direct our energy
with passion, humor, and optimism. We operate with care, respect, and