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When joining our network, you also become part of a local Community. These groups provide an opportunity to meet like-minded people and discover the food culture in the place you live. Activities include shared meals and tastings, visits to local producers and markets, the creation of school and community gardens, and events such as conferences, festivals, film screenings and food education courses.
Our international network also enables members to share experiences and ideas with people in all corners of the world. Through these connections, you are opened up to a world of diverse food traditions and cultures, as well as alternatives to the current food system. Slow Food also organizes some of the world’s most important food events such as Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre, AsiO Gusto, Cheese and Slow Fish.
All our international initiatives are supported by our members. These include our Gardens in Africa project; the Ark of Taste, cataloguing products at risk of extinction such as traditional cheeses, grains and animal breeds; our Presidia, working directly with small-scale producers to safeguard traditional techniques and knowledge; and our Earth Markets, building stronger links between consumers and producers.
Do you know how many miles your food has travelled?
Where does it come from?
How did it get here?
Where did you buy it?
Was it in season?
Simple questions, right?
Yet they’re fundamental for the future of our planet.

Become a Member

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Each and every Slow Food member is essential to the success of our movement…
Adult Annual Membership – €50
Couple Annual Membership – €65
Youth Membership (Under 35) – €12

You are the roots of our grassroots network, each and every Slow Food member is essential to the success of our movement. By joining Slow Food Ireland you will:

Join an international network of like-minded individuals – from Mexican campesiños and French chefs to Mongolian herdsmen and Berkeley professors, Vietnamese fisher folk and Italian wine producers – all working towards common goals.

Help support our projects – your membership fees will keep our projects running around the world.

Play as active a role as you wish – from organising events and campaigns, to taking part in local, national and international activities: Volunteers fuel the Slow Food movement. Contact us to find out how you can help.