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Films on Food at Farms is a series of outdoor screenings held at local gardens and farms. Film topics align with the Slow Food mission of good, clean and fair food for all. All screenings will be free and open to the public. Each event will highlight a local food maker, and guests will have the option to purchase a local picnic box to accompany the film. 

The 2023 series runs from May – October

July 29 at # Springs Land and Livestock in Oakley
Food and Country

FREE, Register to Reserve Your Spot 

Order your picnic box from Snail of Approval Awardee, Chai Cucina. Link coming soon. 

This free screening is presented by Sundance Institute and Slow Food Utah with support from Utah’s Own.

Subsequent dates will be posted here and social media when they are locked down. Special thanks to the Utah Food Coalition and Utah Film Center for supporting the series. Additional sponsorships are available!

Snail of approval

Snail of Approval events are held year round to recognize the accomplishments of these honorable awardees. This smaller events offer opportunities for Slow Food members and others to connect  to local producers. We eat, drink and learn more about the food systems that nourish us. 


Farm Mobs: “Many hands make light work”

Farm Mobs are volunteer days arranged by Slow Food Utah, a way for us to support some of the amazing farmers in our community with a hands on service project. We plan two mobs in the spring months and two in the fall. We get to work on the farm and end the day with a potluck to reflect and enjoy a “slow day” on the farm. 

April 15, 2023: Pyne Farms
Pyne Farms has been growing tree ripe apples in Utah for more than 40 years, specializing in a number of varieties. At April’s farm mob, we will work to plant a new block of apple trees. The farm will provide light snacks and water to volunteers.

Registration is required. $5 suggested donation.

Register Here