South Carolina was well represented at Slow Food Nations in Denver. The state's chapters collaborated on an exhibit for the Taste Marketplace and sponsored a scholarship for Slow Food Columbia board member Nat Bradford to attend and talk about Bradford watermelons. He was joined by other Columbia members Vanessa Driscoll Bialobreski, Kristian Niemi and Niko Pavlos, along with Anson Mills' Glenn Roberts, USC professor Dr. David Shields, and Manning barbecue expert Howard Conyers. Special thanks to Beth Kunkel of Slow Food Upstate for organizing the S.C. exhibit.
Here's an interview with Nat at Slow Food Nations, from Heritage Radio Network.
In these photos taken by Vanessa and Kristian, you can see snail art in the streets of Denver, a school lunch as envisioned by Alice Waters, Waters speaking to delegates at that lunch, and S.C. Slow Foodies on panels and volunteering at Taste Marketplace.