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Slow Food saves the Gravenstein Apple

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In collaboration with the Russian River chapter of Slow Food and Sonoma county libraries, we explore a simple, clever program to raise awareness of a unique local treasure. In August, at the height of the Gravenstein apple season, free apples are given to library patrons, raising awareness of their taste and seasonal nature.

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Written by Paul Berg

February 17, 2012 at 9:53 pm

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