See “Wasted!” A Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion at GHS

Spend an eye-opening evening with the family at the documentary screening of Wasted, The Story of Food Waste and panel discussion by local chefs and sustainability and community leaders on Friday, March 2 at the Performing Arts Center at Greenwich High School.

Increase your awareness about food waste and develop strategies together to tackle this issue at school, at home and in our community.

Doors open at 6 pm, screening at 6:30 and panel presentations and Q&A to follow.  For more information, contact or 203-869-9242.

The event is sponsored by Green Schools, along with other community organizations.  Presenters include:

  • Adam Kaye (Vice President, Culinary Affairs, Blue Hill-)
  • Thomas McQuillan (Director of Food Service Sales and Sustainability of Baldor Foods)
  • Nicole Straight (Fairfield County Site Director of Food Rescue US)
  • Nancy Coughlin (Executive Director of Neighbor to Neighbor)
  • Nick Skeadas (Co-founder of Curbside Compost)

Numerous supporting community organizations will also host exhibition tables for you to learn more.

The event is geared toward students and their families, and we will be using the edited version appropriate for elementary and middle schoolers too.

Suggested donation $5