Wasting Food: Why so much food ends up in the trash and what we can do about it

Did you know that America wastes enough food each day to fill the Rose Bowl? Food waste occurs at every point from field to fork, with steep environmental, economic and social costs.

 Please join the UW Evans School Graduate Environmental Policy Forum and the UW Program on the Environment for a panel discussion about the sources of and solutions to the problem food waste in Seattle and across the country.

 Tuesday March 8, 2011
7pm to 9pm
William H. Gate Hall (UW Law School)
Room 133

Panelists

Jonathan Bloom, author of American Wasteland Carl Woestwin, Program Manager, Seattle Public Utilities Laura Johnson, Grocery Rescue Program Manager, Food Lifeline Micheal Meyering, Project Manager, UW Housing & Food Services

Moderator

Ashley Zanolli, West Coast Climate and Materials Management Forum Coordinator, U.S. EPA Region 10

Let others know you’re attending on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=180837395292004

For more information contact morrigan@uw.edu.

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