People who care about eating good food
©2013 Slow Food Okanogan
PO Box 1967, Omak, Wa 98841
(509) 826-9492
Slow Food Okanogan Mission Statement:
To inspire people in the Okanogan and beyond to expand their palates for our locally produced and wildcrafted foods.

To support our diverse regional agriculture, strive for an autonomous economy and attract increasing future generations of farmers.
The Okanogan County Community Action Council (OCCAC). Food for All takes a holistic approach to nutrition education through gardening, produce gleaning, and hands on classes. Click here for more information.
Slow Food is now co-sponsoring a viable option for local fresh poultry, rabbits, or turkey. Click here for more information
October's meeting will happen on the 13th, location TBA.

We meet at 6:30 for an informal potluck with business meeting to follow, wrapping up about 8:30.

Our meetings occur on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30 with a potluck followed by a business meeting.For more information, please contact Carey
Farmers' Markets are Open
Okanogan Farmers' Market -Saturdays at 9 am

Tonasket Farmers' Market - Thursdays at 3 pm

Oroville Farmers' Market - Saturdays at 9 am
The Okanogan Feast
A Celebration of Locally Grown Food & Seasonal Cuisine
Farmers, Consumers, Community Food Activists, and Everyone Interested in Improving the Quality of Their Food
Feasting, Talking, Planning
Saturday, October 18 starting 5:00PM at the
Esther Bricques Winery,
38 Swanson Rd, Oroville, WA
Contact Albert Roberts at 826-9492 or Peter James at 846-8500 for more information
In Partnership with the Okanogan Land Trust