💻🎫🏘️Our Interdependent Lives: Food Waste and Sustainability

April 16, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 11:45 am
💻🎫🏘️Our Interdependent Lives: Food Waste and Sustainability @ Online
An educational Zoom event on food waste reduction, composting with worms, and “going compostable” at Obon. This event is sponsored by the Buddhist Churches of America Social Welfare Committee and the Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii Committee on Social Concerns. Two speakers will address different aspects of food waste reduction with an emphasis on what we can do in our homes, temples, and organizations. An opening and closing by Buddhist ministers — Rev. Blayne Higa of Kona Hongwanji and Rev. Don Castro of Seattle — will help make the connection to the dharma.
Date: Saturday, April 16th, 2022
Time: 10 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. (HST)
Speakers: Mindy Jaffe (Co-founder and Coordinator of Windward Zero Waste School Hui and Owner of Waikiki Worm Company)
Ron Hamakawa (Member of Seattle Betsuin and a district manager in food and nutrition services, serving multiple healthcare institutions across Western Washington)

For the full article, please click the following link: https://hongwanjihawaii.com/event/bca-hhmh-food-waste-zoom-041622/?event_date=2022-04-16&fbclid=IwAR3MaIAu0ARddEA0ZgXr195p_9XtvyKTut89qA3tfGDyYtHyiiwnFwCI6N4

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