Virtual - Minimizing (or Eliminating!) Food Wastage for Families with Sarah Robertson-Barnes

Thursday, April 117:00—8:00 PMZoom

We learned so much from Sarah last time she was with us, we just had to have her back! This time, we'll be discussing how to minimize or eliminate food wastage in your family, especially with kids. Sarah will have all kinds of ideas to take baby steps to save, use, or compost food scraps so none (or little) goes into landfills!  All ages are welcome.

Sarah Robertson-Barnes, founder of the Sustainable in the Suburbs blog, is a freelance writer, educator, and consultant. She lives with her husband, two kids, and rescue dog outside of Toronto, Ontario. Sustainable in the Suburbs is a resource for living low waste with kids in a culture of convenience.

A Note from Sarah: A sustainable lifestyle with kids is not only possible, but critically important for our future and theirs. I hope that by sharing what works for our family, you are inspired to make changes in your daily life too!

Please click here to register for this event, you'll receive the zoom link in the confirmation and reminder emails.

This event is hosted by the Ashland Public Library in partnership with other area libraries.