Thanks to a contribution from Table for Two, SlowFood is launching gardens in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. One by one, as they are created, you can find them on a georeferenced map, together with photos and information on the gardens.

Slow Food gardens act as the starting point in saving biodiversity, promoting traditional knowledge and encouraging sustainable models of agriculture. On this immense continent, which every day faces natural disasters and political and economic instability, theSlow Food communities carry on their daily work forfood security and sustainability.

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African communities are geolocalizing all of their gardens. Those visible on the map are those for which we have GPS coordinates.