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Lawrence University Food Recovery Network


The Lawrence University Food Recovery Network seeks to eliminate food waste on the Lawrence campus. We seek to develop and support a sustainable relationship between the campus and organizations in the Appleton community through regular food donations. As representatives of Lawrence, we are the connection between Bon Appetit and organizations who fight hunger in the Appleton area. We strive to prevent further food waste and promote awareness of sustainability issues in our food system.

Meeting information: 
Location: Sabin House; Day: Thursday ; Time: 6: 30 pm; Frequency: weekly
Causes3-Education & Community Engagement 4-Government, Law & Public Policy 5-Health Care & Life Sciences 6-Physics & Natural Sciences 7-Technology & Data Sciences 93-Child Advocacy 95-Environment & Sustainability Community Economic Development Entrepreneurial Training Food Insecurity, Hunger Health Human Rights Immigrants & Refugees Marginalized Populations Nutrition Older Adults Poverty & Basic Needs Race & Ethnicity Student Fieldwork
197 People | 415 Impacts | 325 Hours

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