Leader Call - Monthly Videoconference
We host open-to-the-public video calls the first Tuesday of every month from 2:00 - 3:30pm. The calls are a good opportunity to find out how the event is shaping up and to find ways you or your chapter can help. Request to join the video conference by emailing : firstname.lastname@example.org
Take on a volunteer leadership role with Slow Food Cascadia. Below is a listing of a couple options. Register for volunteer positions here: https://tinyurl.com/y5cufqo9
Beverage Director - Develop and manage the beverage program for Slow Food Cascadia's Saturday evening event.
Taste Marketplace Coordinator - Develop and manage the 20-vendor Taste Marketplace at the Slow Food Cascadia Food Festival. Recruit vendors, manage logistics, and assist with setup.
Regional Chapter Outreach - Assist in developing a network of regional ambassadors promoting Slow Food Cascadia.
Volunteer Coordinator - Assist in recruiting, managing, and creating a welcoming experience for volunteers.
Hard Cider Garden pourer (MAST Permit required) - Two separate shifts: pour cider 11- 3 or tend Beverage Garden 5-9:00.
Website Development - Are you website developer? Help us upgrade our website!
Register for volunteer positions here: https://tinyurl.com/y5cufqo9
Are you active in a Slow Food chapter in the Cascadia Region? We are seeking chapters to formally Endorse Slow Food Cascadia: Food Festival & Summit! You can find more information, and submit your chapter Endorsement HERE.
Slow Food Cascadia Steering Committee
We will be growing the event in 2019, and our Steering Committee will be growing along with it. We ask Steering Committee members to take a lead in one of our major areas: Summit, Beer Garden, Saturday Dinner, Taste Marketplace, Community Cider Pressing, Awards. See the Steering Committee description HERE.
Interested? Send a LOI and Resume to email@example.com
Assist in putting together agritourism packages that offer a ‘36hr Ecogastronomic tour’ of your area! We are seeking packages that include lodging, dining, and potentially other food and farm experiences. You can use our Agritrouism Solicitation letter HERE to assist in recruiting items. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Farm to Table Maker Space:
Farm to table tools of the 4th industrial revolution. 3-D printing, robotics, apps, appropriate technology, regenerative agriculture, and DIY farm equipment.
As a celebration of the Maker Movement, it’s a family-friendly showcase of invention and creativity that gathers together tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, food artisans, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors. Makers come to show their creations. Attendees come to glimpse the future...and to learn to become makers themselves.
Want to exhibit? Contact: email@example.com