Pam Warhurst’s efforts in Britain with increasing sources of good food while impacting the local environment and sustaining business is an expression of grassroots activism at its best. Ms. Warhurst is encouraging community activism without bureaucracy. She believes, “We are all part of the local food jigsaw; we are all part of the solution!” Please view her Ted Talk video below: How we can eat our landscapes. About Pam Warhurst Pam Warhurst is the Chair of the Board of the Forestry Commission, which advises on and implements forestry policy in Great Britain. She also co-founded Incredible Edible Todmorden, a local … Continue reading ACT NOW: Learn How WE Can Solve Hunger Through Edible Tourism & Impact Local Business
Can you believe it? I’m helping Open Table raise money for our program by participating in Ride For Food on September 15, 2013. All money raised will help Open Table better serve their guests who are experiencing hardship. Any donation you can make will be appreciated. I have set a goal of $1,000. Thanks to a generous financial backer I will join Team Open Table at 7:30 am on the campus of the Noble and Greenough School. I’ve personally committed to 12 miles. Your support is encouraged and appreciated in advance. Together, we can make an impact in the lives of … Continue reading ACT NOW: Support Stephen McDow’s Efforts To Raise Money For Ride For Food
OCHA South Sudan recently reported: “…606,230 children aged 6 to 59 months have been screened for acute malnutrition since January, including 8,900 [As of July 2014]. Seven percent were identified with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) and 13 per cent with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM).” The children of #SouthSudan need your love and support! Visit the Council on Foreign Relations and connect with an organization! Search: Humanitarian Relief Organizations (Learn More). Related Information Alarming Malnutrition Rates In South Sudan – Doctors Without Borders/UNOCHASouthSudan FAO South Sudan UNHCR seeks massive boost in funding for South Sudan refugees Grateful to be alive after … Continue reading Serve Now: Fight Against Hunger & Disease In South Sudan!
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