Our Top Stories of 2016

Innovation
Dec 27th, 2016 | By Sustainable America

Every year, we like to take a look at our most popular blog posts from the past 12 months. This year’s list highlights a few projects that deserves special mention, in case you missed them:

• In April, we launched the Food Rescue Locator in collaboration with EndFoodWaste.org and the Food Rescue Alliance. This free online tool allows anyone with excess food (individuals, offices, events, restaurants, you name it!) to find a nearby group they can donate to. If you’d like to support food rescue in your area in 2017, plug in your ZIP code to connect with groups nearby.

• We also launched the I Value Food: Too Good to Waste Challenge, a online program that helps individuals and families waste less food at home. Working to reduce personal food waste is another great goal for 2017. All you need to get started is a computer or smartphone and a 1-quart container.

Here are some of the most popular blog posts of the year.

Mini Doc: Jack Johnson’s Sustainable America

Food Rescue: Now There’s a Map for That

7 Exciting Findings from ReFED’s Food Waste Report

Stony Creek Colors: A Seed to Jeans Story

Teen Activist Pushes Town to Go Idle Free

How to Compost in Winter

How One Chef Is Fighting Food Waste at the Rio Olympics

A Hyperlocal Solution to Food Waste

How to Feed 350 Food Waste Experts

Reduce Food Waste, Save Money With this New Program</strong>

Happy New Year to all our readers. We have a lot of work to do in 2017 to continue working toward a more sustainable America. Consider making a tax deductible donation to Sustainable America as part of your year-end giving. Your donation will help our sustainability campaigns reach more people.

Tagged: food waste, I Value Food, Food Rescue Locator, food waste challenge, Sustainable America Updates, Green Living, Innovation

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