Friendship Heights Village Center, Washington DC- November 20 th, 2016
Last Sunday event at Friendship Heights Village Center was a great success! We would like to thank Richard McCarthy Slow Food USA, Mike Koch FireFly Farms and Niraj Ray Cultivate the City for sharing their valuable experience and products with us. Participants had the chance to learn more about local food, sustainability, environment, biodiversity and schoolgardens. This event was possible thanks to the strong partnership with the Italian Cultural Society of Washington DC and Istituto Italiano di Cultura Washington.
A special thanks goes to everyone who attended and was involved in this inspiring event!
If you want to learn more about the world-wide Slow Food Movement, Terra Madre and Ark of Tastes see also our next event at SAIS – Johns Hopkins on February 8th, 2017. In this occasion, IDB, IMF and The World Bank experts and economists will discuss food sustanability, agricultural issues and international development challenges.