For the first time, more than a dozen DC agencies, organizations and companies that work on food waste, are coming together to share their stories with the public. Find them at the Food Recovery Week Happy Hour Expo on Thursday!
The Georgetown Patagonia is hosting the event, where a diverse group of organizations, from the EPA to Compost Alex, will be tabling and sharing information about their work. Patagonia is providing food and drinks. In addition, ANXO Cidery will be offering free pours of “rescued” hard cider and Together We Bake will provide samples of products made from rescued produce.
Anyone looking to learn about food waste and reduce it in their homes and workplaces is encouraged to attend. Whether you’re a resident looking to volunteer, a business owner hoping to compost, or a student researching the issue, you’ll find a wealth of resources. Registration is recommended, but not required. Do so here.
The Happy Hour Expo is the central event of this year’s DC Food Recovery Week. Make sure to check out the full schedule of classes and gatherings too!
The following groups—and more—will be tabling at the event.