Slow Food Conference— A Model for Sustainability & Healthy Living, October 26 – 27

Increase your understanding of the value of local, in-season and organic food that boosts Maine’s economy while protecting the environment. On October 26 – 27, ESTIA and the University of Maine will host their annual conference. With a focus on Slow Food: A Model for Sustainability and Healthy Living, the featured guest speaker will be Roger Doiron, founder of Kitchen Gardeners International. The conference takes place at the Wells Conference Center, University of Maine, Orono, ME. For additional information, please refer to the Conference Program, email us at, or call Hugh Curran at 207-667-7170.

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