The dog days of summer have arrived. Whether you are looking to stay in, get outside, or travel, here are a few tips from your friends at Slow Food Glades to Coast on how to Savor the rest of your Slow Summer.
Plant a tropical tree
Plan your fall garden
Invite your neighbors to dinner
Get involved with a community garden project
Take your children to a tropical fruit garden/festival
Talk to your children's school about planting a school garden
Visit Pine Jog Environmental Center
Visit Flamingo Gardens
Take a class at Mounts Botanical Garden
Attend Slow Food events
Take a Slow Vacation or Day Trip
Visit Wild Ocean - Titusville
EcoWeek in Costa Rica (August 13-20, 2011)
Slow Food Roots Music Festival - Stanwood, WA (August 27-28, 2011)
What other ways have you found to savor your Slow Summer? Share your ideas or adventures by adding a comment.