COME BY AND CONNECT TO THE TERRA MADRE PORTAL! IN THIS REPURPOSED SHIPPING CONTAINER, WE WILL BE PHYSICALLY AND DIGITALLY CONNECTING SLOW FOOD COMMUNITIES, ACTIVISTS AND SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCERS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, AND SHARING HOW WE CAN RESPOND TO THE WORLD’S MOST PRESSING CHALLENGES THROUGH REGENERATIVE ACTIONS.
Terra Madre Portal Day 2 – Friday September 23rd
10:30-11:15 – World Farmers Market Tour | Uganda & Tanzania
Slow Food Board member and President of World Farmers Market Coalition Richard McCarthy invites you to immerse yourself in farmers markets around the globe for interactions with some of the more visually flavorful experiences of Terra Madre 2022. Today, we visit the Mangulwa Earth Market in Tanzania and two market advocates in Uganda and Tanzania.
11:30-12:45 – Saving our forests and their inhabitants
From the human-elephant conflict in Assam India to the Mexican forest, many communities are facing a grave account of life threatening environmental dangers. Meet three extraordinary activists who are using local regenerative farming tools to fight back and protect bio-cultural diversity. This session brings together: Indigenous leaders Ismael Bello Cervantes, Naiomi Glasses (@naomiglasses) and Dali Nolasco Cruz (Slow Food International Board member), Druhba Das, Martin Marquet (Film Producer), Francis Muia
13:00-13:45 – Slow food, and slow film: how the industrial and digital age influenced an addiction to convenience and speed.
Welcoming Michael Moss and Bobby Chinn into the portal, we’ll be exploring the promotional forces that went into making junk food popularized and profitable, and discuss what kind of original marketing campaign as well as what form of cinema or contemporary media could help translate the emotion of good food into the publicity of good food. This session brings together: Martin Marquet (Producer), Michael Moss (Pulitzer-Prize winning investigative journalist), Bela Gil (@belagil), Bobby Chin (Chef, Presenter and cookbook Author)
15:45-16:45 – Growing gardens is a revolutionary act, hosted by Dan Saladino
How are communities leading their local food movement? Whether by transforming food deserts into food sanctuaries, or by planting gardens in schools, farmers, educators, activists and students rally worldwide to regenerate their land by advocating for more edible education. This session brings together: Camille Labro (L’Ecole Comestible), Ron Finley (Guerilla Gardener), Katja Jassey, Patrick Vernuccio (@thefrenchiegardener)
19:30-21:00 – Portal to Portal Dinners: Connecting to Kigali, Rwanda
TERRA MADRE SALONE DEL GUSTO IS IN PARCO DORA, TURIN, FROM SEPTEMBER 22-26, 2022, WITH OVER 600 EXHIBITORS AND A SERIES OF WORKSHOPS, CONFERENCES AND TASTINGS THAT SHOW HOW WE CAN REGENERATE OUR PLANET THROUGH FOOD. #TERRAMADRE2022 IS A SLOW FOOD EVENT.
Event languages: IT, EN
Corso Mortara - Torino (Italy)
GPS: 45.0901567, 7.6727476