Together we can achieve more! In the case of the almost 5,000 lbs of freeze dried blackberries donated to Sustainable Connections by CBB Property Management, this sentiment certainly rings true. With a collaborative effort between six agencies including Windwood Landscaping, Scrap It Stow It, Bellingham Public Schools, and the Miracle Food Network, we were able to pick up, transport, and store these berries for distribution among local hunger relief agencies.  Sustainable Connections’ Food Recovery Program aims to rescues surplus foods that would ordinarily go to waste. Thank you to everyone for your help in creating many purple smiles in our community.


Learn how you can reduce wasted food:

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Work in the food industry? The Food Recovery Program reduces food insecurity and addresses climate change by recovering and redistributing nutritious surplus food to neighbors in need.

Want to reduce your carbon foot print? The Squatch Food Waste program addresses climate change by encouraging people to reduce food waste at home.

Interested in starting a food recovery program in your own town? We’ve got the framework to get you started.

Many Thanks To Our Toward Zero Waste Sponsors:

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