Wilton Go Green: The Solvable Problem of Food Waste on March 11

The Solvable Problem of Food Waste: How We Can Help the Environment and Our Community on Thursday, March 11th from 7:00pm – 8:00pm

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In the United States, 35% of all food goes unsold or uneaten – and most of that ends up in the trash. The impact of food waste on our climate is enormous since food that is never eaten still requires resources to grow, harvest, transport, cool, cook, or otherwise prepare. The good news? Food waste is a solvable problem and Wilton Go Green has committed to empowering our community with the resources and tools to be a part of the climate solution by being smart about food waste.
Join us for a 60 minute webinar to hear the inspiring story of former Wilton residents and founders of Millstone Farm, Betsy and Jesse Fink, venture philanthropists who have been at the forefront of the food waste issue including their founding of the national non-profit, ReFED. Learn about what can be done to reduce food waste and the impact this will have on reducing climate change, providing meals for those facing food insecurity, job creation and more.
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