December 20, 2017
Given what’s going on in Washington, I just can’t suggest another thing today. So how about something even better?
One of the most interesting events I attended this year was a Food Tank summit on waste. If you have someone on your list who’s interested in the future of food, a membership in the organization would make a very thoughtful gift.
Food Tank, with support from an impressive number of patrons, puts on conferences throughout the year, and throughout the country, on food issues. They’re always sold out, and there is always an impressive group of speakers. Issues they’ll be tackling next year include how to cultivate the next generation of food activists, hunger and obesity and growing food policy.
Memberships are $99, and include, among other things, a ticket to one of the summits (they normally go for a few hundred dollars) and the tote bag above. This is one gift you can feel really good about.
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