The CFN Food Waste & Recovery Work Group (FWRWG) (formerly Food Recovery Work Group) comprises stakeholders representing Food Waste, Food Recovery, Food Repurposing, Food Conservation, and related areas with a shared goal of better understanding and advancing the food system of the Chesapeake Bay region.
The FWRWG meets quarterly (last meeting’s minutes are here) and convenes space for regional learning opportunities, discussions, updates, and collective action. Nancy Nunn, of the Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-ecology, is the FWRWG Chair. Learn more about the FWRWG, share information, and connect with members via our Google Group regional listserv.
Everyone is invited to join & participate.
Minutes from the last quarterly meeting (May 18th 2017) – click here.
Next meeting will be in the fall, 2017.
See what the Work Group has been up to, view resources, and check out past meeting agendas and minutes by clicking on our Work Group Drive Folder.
Check out our last FWRWG May 12th webinar, “Food Recovery in Maryland: An example of statewide organizing” (click on the title for the link). This webinar, hosted by the FWRWG, provided an overview of the first state in the Chesapeake foodshed to organize a statewide food recovery summit. Not from Maryland? Check it out to see if there is overlap and opportunities to apply lessons learned in your state or region.
Check out the CFN’s youtube channel for additional webinars on food waste & recovery, as well as a range of food system issues.
The FWRWG meets quarterly using Zoom videoconferencing to facilitate virtual face-to-face meetings across the Chesapeake Bay region. If you have a video camera on your computer, you are encouraged to try joining by video. It’s new for most of us! You are also welcome to join by computer audio or phone.
We ask participants to register so we have a sense of who is planning to attend. You can also register that day just in time to join the call. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the meeting by computer or phone.