Creating a Regenerative Food System

To increase communication and composting behaviors in Pinellas County, a pilot program, Creating a Regenerative Food System, was developed in partnership with Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg. Launched in July 2019, this program was developed to assist Pinellas County community members with reducing food waste in the waste management system and connect them to a composter. Through free educational classes and an easy to use food scrap collection, donation and pickup system via the “Waste No Food” app, this program will help increase availability of free compost to interested community members. This pilot program is presented in partnership with Pinellas Community Composting Alliance, Living Roots Eco Design, and Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg.

To learn more about Creating a Regenerative Food System, please click here.

Waste No Food Tampa Bay

Waste No Food Tampa Bay is a program developed in partnership between Waste No Food, a non-profit organization founded in San Francisco, and Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger. Waste No Food is a free, web-based and mobile marketplace that allows excess food to be donated from the food service industry to individuals or qualified charities for consumption or compost in Tampa Bay. The Waste No Food website and mobile app provides easy communication between food donors and recipients.

To learn more about Waste No Food Tampa Bay, click here.