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Article: Campus Kitchen at UGA Spotlight: Building Sustainable Food Rescue

Posted on December 3, 2019

Fighting food waste and hunger

University of Georgia has been affiliated with the Campus Kitchens Project since 2012. While the project’s national arm, DC Central Kitchens, recently announced that they will be moving on to their next phase, UGA’s close relationships with community partners will help them to continue fighting food insecurity.

Their operation is shaped by the seven years working alongside the network of Campus Kitchens. Brad Turner, the Campus Kitchen Coordinator with the Office of Service Learning at UGA, says this has given students different perspectives on the commonalities and differences of fighting food insecurity in different parts of the country. He believes that the benefits are mutual: the Campus Kitchen at UGA hopes to  “give people encouragement that really wonderful things can happen when you’ve got people all rowing the boat in the same direction.”

Read more here: http://blog.givepulse.com/campus-kitchen-spotlight/


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