Commitments to action
Mikie KAWANA, Ordinary people
What ordinary citizens can do is not waste food.
If you have a garden, use compost to make a vegetable garden and Fertilize fruit trees.
Donate inedible canned foods to food banks.
And Preserve your vegetable garden vegetables and fruits as much as possible, and make or donate them as preserved foods.
Do not scatter household waste on the street From small trash to oversized trash.
If you don’t want to spend money on oversized garbage, disassemble it and put it out as ordinary garbage on the day of garbage.
Donate or sell usable items to second-hand stores . Give or donate jams made in your vegetable garden to your friends.
Nourish All People
Don’t ruin edible food
Greenhouse gas reduction
Building a healthy body
In mountain areas, agriculture and food production are important economic and development drivers.
Partnership for a Healthier America, in partnership with with 30 community-based nonprofits dedicated to ending hunger, eight companies and six foundations, will forge additional partnerships to provide a total of 50 million additional servings of vegetables, legumes and fruits between 2020 and 2025. Partners include food banks, public housing, YMCAs, early childhood education centers, city governments, and community health providers.