Learn knife skills with New West Knifeworks and Buck Milligan

JACKSON, Wyo. — Join Chopped Jr. Champion Buck Milligan as he teaches cutting techniques using locally made New West KnifeWorks knives and Slow Food Farm Stand veggies.

For today only (September 8), 100% of the proceeds for the first $5,000 in sales online and in the Jackson, WY New West KnifeWorks shop will be donated to Slow Food in the Tetons.

Slow Food runs The People’s Market, Blair and May Park Community Gardens, The Slow Food Farm Stand & Online Marketplace, year-round kids summer camps and cooking classes, the Veggie Voucher Program, Farm to Fork Festival and more!

Now more than ever is a critical time to build a stronger, healthier and more resilient food system. If you support the work of Slow Food in the Tetons, please remember to donate through Old Bill’s Fun Run.

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