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Sunday, December 11 • 4:30pm - 5:15pm
Is Dumpster Diving The New Gleaning?

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It is estimated that in the US roughly half of the food that is produced is thrown out.  Meanwhile, millions of people live in food insecurity, and in Philadelphia, the numbers are worse than the national averages. Jewish agricultural traditions include systems for redistributing surplus to those who need. Come learn about efforts in Philadelphia to divert food from the waste stream onto people's plates, and explore how these reflect some of the Jewish agricultural values.

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Nati Passow

Executive Director, Jewish Farm School
Nati Passow is the Executive Director of the Jewish Farm School.  He lives in West Philly with if partner Rachel, their two kids Zamir and Niso, and an ever-changing collection of friends and family.  He is working with neighbors to create an urban food forest, vegetable garden, and children's play space, and believes in the idea that waste equals food.


Sunday December 11, 2016 4:30pm - 5:15pm
Seminar Room

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