"17 Midwestern schools practice the 5 R's" p. 6
"SSI 2005 Preview of SENCER alumni symposia" p. 7
"Expanding the teaching commons," by Brian Hagenbuch, Holyoke Community College
"Three new SENCER model courses address sustainability, resources, and the local environment" pp. 4-5
"SSI 2007 participants work to improve education for all students" pp. 5-6
"Abstracts of Washington symposium and Capitol Hill poster session project" p. 10
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Don't get fresh: A critique. (2005, July 22). The New York Times.
Skloot, R. (2004, October 17). Two restaurants, two Americas: Does everyone want to eat "slow?" The New York Times Magazine.
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Kolata, G. (2005, September 27). Which of these foods will stop cancer? The New York Times.
Talking about Slow Food: 2004 interview with Patrick Martins, Slow Food USA
This article provides good background on the Slow Food Movement. It
is also linked on the Web pages of the Organic Consumer Movement.