Start date: FridayΒ June 9, 2017
Runs until October 2017

Do you live on the Halifax peninsula or in downtown Dartmouth? Are you finding you have too much growing in your garden, fruit falling from a tree in your yard, or just too much in your CSA box? Want to help reduce food waste? Sign up for FOUND Fridays to have FOUND volunteers pick it up from your doorstep!

FOUND Fridays will run EVERY FRIDAY for the duration of the summer, starting June 9th.

How to join in:
Sign up on our confidential info sheet with your name, address, type of edible(s), and approximate amount. Leave the produce on your doorstep Friday morning and our volunteers will come pick it up! Please sign up by Thursday evening.

SIGN UP HERE: http://foundns.com/found-fridays/

Wednesday August 9, 2017
7:00-8:30pm

Halifax Central Library, Room 301
5440 Spring Garden Road, Halifax

Join FOUND Forgotten Food as we mythbust the idea that fresh is always best. How does frozen food stack up nutritionally, environmentally, and economically? You might be quite surprised!

Featuring:
Lindsay MacIsaac
RD, CDE, Wellness Facilitator (Dietitian)
Halifax Peninsual Community Health Team (Nova Scotia Health Authority)

Justin Cantafio
Sustainable Seafood Specialist
Afishionado Halifax fishmongers

Kathleen Mifflin
Masters of Environmental Studies Candidate
Dalhousie University‘s School for Resource and Environmental Studies

and moderator Laurel Schut
Co-Director atΒ FOUND Forgotten Food

You’ll even go home with information to stick to your fridge on how to make the most of your freezer! Attendance is free; monetary donations to FOUND Forgotten Food gratefully accepted.