You're invited to a FREE showing of the film!
Tuesday, January 22, 6:30 pm, doors open at 6:00 pm Oak Park Library, 834 Lake St, 2nd Floor Veterans Room
This entertaining film aims to change the way we buy, cook and eat food. Influential chefs transform scraps into dishes that not only taste amazing, but create a more secure food system. We come away inspired, knowing we can make small changes -- all of them delicious -- to protect the planet. Sign up here!
Join us for a Food Waste Workshop! Tuesday, February 12th, 7:00 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm Admission is FREE Oak Park Library, 834 Lake St, 2nd Floor Veterans Room
Learn about creative solutions to food waste being pioneered in our communities, featuring: Oak Park Food Pantry & partners: Food Surplus & Food Rescue Programs, Imperfect Produce, The Heritage Restaurant, Eating more Sustainably Block Party Events, Household Tips from Sugar Beet Coop, and Village Composting Programs.
And take home tips and resources so that you, too can be part of the solution!
The Interfaith Green Network is the organizing sponsor for the above events. Supporting sponsors include: Oak Park Food Pantry, Seven Generations Ahead, Green Community Connections, One Earth Film Festival and Sugar Beet Food Co-op.