Slow Food NYC’s Food Almanac 2016

Slow Food NYC (SFNYC) will be hosting their 6th annual “Food Almanac” on February 9th at the Brooklyn Winery. The event is inspired by the original Farmer’s Almanac, which was used by farmers to predict the weather and plan plantings for the year to come. SFNYC’s version allows industry experts and food activists to discuss what’s in store for our local food system. This year’s theme focuses on food wages: the Fight for $15, the no-tipping movement, and what they mean for both restaurant workers and farmers.

The Food Almanac will also feature treats and eats from Brooklyn Winery, including beer, wine, and seasonal snacks. Proceeds benefit SFNYC’s Urban Harvest program, a nonprofit food educational program for children in NYC public schools.

To learn more and register, click here.

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