A new Sea to Sky Food Recovery Strategy and Action Plan, with a goal of maximizing the recovery and distribution of food in the Sea to Sky corridor, while minimizing food waste, was presented to the Village of Pemberton Committee of the Whole on Tuesday October 19, 2021. The plan outlines high-level strategies needed to address the biggest opportunities/needs for food recovery, redistribution, and waste diversion.
The plan was enthusiastically received by the Committee of the Whole and is now available to view.
The Sea to Sky Food Recovery Strategy and Action Plan was prepared by the Whistler Centre for Sustainability with input from a task force comprising 17 representatives from food distribution organizations, local governments, and the food industry (hotels, restaurants, and grocers) throughout the corridor.
Love Food, Hate Waste
Want to find out how you can reduce your food waste? Check out the Squamish Lillooet Regional District's Zero Waste page.
For more tips on how to reduce your food waste, visit lovefoodhatewaste.ca.