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Free Movie Screening: Wasted! The Story of Food Waste
January 8, 2018
When: January 12, 2018 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Where: Annapolis Friends Meeting House, 351 Dubois Road, Annapolis, MD
WASTED! THE STORY OF FOOD WASTE aims to change the way people buy, cook, recycle, and eat food. Audiences will see how the world’s most influential chefs make the most of every kind of food, transforming what most people consider scraps into incredible dishes that create a more secure food system. WASTED! exposes the criminality of food waste and how it’s directly contributing to climate change and shows us how each of us can make small changes – all of them delicious – to solve one of the greatest problems of the 21st Century.
Special Guest Speakers:
Chef Steven Grant – A jack of all trades…Chef Steven is the executive chef and general manager of Cardinal Tavern, the owner of Family Reunion x Dirt Road Chef Pop Up Collective, and a member of Future Harvest’s 2018 Beginner Farmer Training Program.
Gül Güleryüz – Urban planner with The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Prince George’s County Planning Department for more than 27 years. She is currently doing research on food waste reduction and recovery.
The Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis are a grassroots group addressing the causes and impacts of climate change through education, advocacy, and outreach.
Fair Farms is building a movement of Marylanders of all stripes, working together for a new food system — one that is fair to farmers, invests in homegrown healthy foods, and restores our waterways.
* Fair Farms and Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis understand that it has recently come to light that serious allegations of a history of sexual misconduct have been made against Mario Batali, one of the chefs featured in this film. We take these issues very seriously and do not condone in anyway his behavior. We hope that his involvement in this film does not detract from the important issue of food waste.