Presenting Waste

I’m now in Denver, getting ready to give a presentation at the American Dietetic Association conference. It’s exciting being here with so many other people who think about food all day. Usually, it’s just my dog and me.

In addition to checking out what a bunch of nutritionists eat, image by eschipul via creative commonsI’m curious to see how they fare with plate waste. I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled.

The theme of Tuesday’s talk is “Promoting Food Security by Reducing Waste.” I’m presenting with Andy Sarjahani, who you may recall from the Virginia Tech traylessness trial, way back when. (Tech went trayless the following Fall.)
After a year as the sustainability coordinator at VT, Andy is now working on a master’s in sustainable food systems at Montana State and doing a little community-supported gardening on the side.

We plan to rock the ADA tomorrow at 8 a.m. Thankfully, that’s 8 a.m. Mountain Time.

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