How You Can Help

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Overflowing Landfills and Empty Tables – Our Broken Food System

Issue 02 – Page 42-59

Ways to help when time and resources are limited.

DOWNLOAD the Be One To Give app and help reduce food waste or go one step further and start a similar initiative in your city.

CHECK OUT organizations like Eat, Think, Vote to make informed decisions with your votes; when elections come around, check how each candidate approaches food security in your country.

READ "Trash It or Eat It" by dietician Anna Kippen on Cleveland Clinic’s website to understand use-by dates. Many of us misunderstand food labels, leading to unnecessary food waste.

FOLLOW people like Theresa Kadish, Gabrielle Cerbeville, Alexis Nikole on social media.

Tik Tok: @teiresiaskadish @chaoticforager @alexisnikole
Instagram: @chaoticforager @blackforager

LEARN to notice common words used in product greenwashing such as Natural, No Nasty Chemicals, Ethical, Earth-Friendly, Plant- Based. Learn more about green washing at some of these sites

Tools for contributing when you have more time or resources

COMPOST at home and encourage friends, families and business owners to do the same.

GET CREATIVE about the food in your fridge; find ways to make it last longer or research recipes that use unconventional parts, like vegetable tops.

READ Cook More, Waste Less: Zero-Waste Recipes to Use Up Groceries, Tackle Food Scraps, and Transform Leftovers by Christine Tizzard

READ Robin Wall Kimmerer’s book, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants.

SAVE ‘ugly’ food from landfills through organizations like Imperfect Foods and Misfits Market.

Options for ongoing and sustainable engagement.

VOLUNTEER at FoodStash (Vancouver, BC) or make a donation to support their work.

LEARN about mycology and foraging, attend an Indigenous plant walk, and research other ways to make the most of nature around you in a low-impact way. An online class is a great place to start, such as Mycologos.

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