How to Save $1,800 a year on Food by Reducing Food Waste

Are you interested to learn how to save money on groceries? If so, join Denver’s food waste reduction expert for an interactive workshop that will show you how! The average family throws away $1,800 worth of food each year. Not only does this hurt your wallet, but it also contributes to climate change. Have no fear, a low food waste lifestyle that saves you money is within reach! Come learn practical tips on how to make the most of the food you have on hand and save on groceries while helping the planet.

Meet the Presenter: Lesly Baesens, October 5 (workshop is free.)
Presented by Certifiably Green Denver Webinar Series

Lesly Baesens is the Food Waste Program Administrator for Denver’s Department of Public Health & Environment. She works with residents, city staff, food banks and pantries to ensure that food never ends up in landfills but is instead eaten, redistributed, or composted. Lesly holds a MA in Global Environmental Policy from American University, where she wrote her capstone project on food waste reduction in Washington, DC. Lesly’s work with the city was featured on PBS, as well as local media and podcast. Lesly was also a speaker at TEDx Cherry Creek.

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