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Panel to Discuss ‘The Food Asset Potential’

Greenwich Community Gardens presents “The Food Asset Potential” – What “Zero Waste” Means and How it Connects to Food, on Monday, April 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Greenwich Library, Cole Auditorium. Guests will view three engaging and informative shorts: The Soil Story, The Compost Story and ReFED. A panel discussion will follow moderated by Thomas McQuillan of Baldor Specialty Foods. The panel includes Sherill Baldwin of CT DEEP, Amy McCrae Kessler of Turning Earth, and Michelle Sterling, Scarsdale Conservation Advisory Council. Tickets are $10. Students are free. To purchase tickets and for more information go to Eventbrite Tickets Food Asset Potential or greenwichcommunitygardens.org read more...