Slow Food Western Slope
The Slow Food Movement
25 years ago, Carlo Petrini and his friends started the Slow Food movement because they believed that they were on the verge of losing something beautiful, basic and essential to life: the diversity of food, the richness of our traditions, the connection between what we eat and how it is produced.
Since then, Slow Food has become the only movement to connect the pleasure of food with social responsibility; fighting for the fundamental right to good, clean and fair food for everyone.
Carlo is delighted and proud to share this video that captures what our movement has become.
Pass the Mic
As part of the effort to discover the values of community members, KVNF partnered with kids to interview residents of the North Fork Valley.
“Pass the Mic” is a youth storytelling and news corps program developed by KVNF in partnership with the North Fork Heart & Soul Project.
Agriculture reporters, Will Ela and Isaac Van Horn interview North Fork Valley rancher, Norm Smith.
Robyn O’Brien – Patriotism on a Plate
Do you know what you are eating? In this extraordinary personal account, Robyn O’Brien tells the story of how she started paying attention to what’s in food. The answer may surprise you and it will certainly inspire you to be more deliberate about your food choices
The Living Farm – Hidden Gem
Grand Junction’s News11 had a Hidden Gems series highlighting interesting spots in Colorado’s Western Slope. One of these spots was The Living Farm!
The Living Farm – A Cute Story
News11 added an additional video asking Lynn if she had an amusing story about The Living Farm…
Food Culture Shifts - Aired on KVNF - Feb 24, 2015
English As A Second Language Program
Seed Libraries - Aired on KVNF - May, 2015
Pass the Mic
Here are more “Pass the Mic” youth reporters discussing various topics and interviewing producers.