Top Press of 2022
ColoradoBiz Top Nonprofit award
We Don’t Waste was awarded the Top Nonprofit in ColoradoBiz’s Top Business Awards.
Denver7’s Everyday Hero
Frank Ewert, a regular volunteer with We Don’t Waste, wins Denver7’s Everyday Hero award while volunteering with us at a Mobile Food Market.
We Don’t Waste Feature in The Denver POst
As a part of the Denver Post’s Season to Share campaign, We Don’t Waste was highlighted as a solution to food access in Denver.
Genxyz top 25 Young Professionals
Kyle Endres, Director of Development with We Don’t Waste, wins ColoradoBiz’s Top 25 Young Professionals for his work developing and growing the organization in four short years.
Top blogs on the feed in 2022
the We Don’t Waste book club
From narrative discussions of food culture, to an analytical look at food systems today, discover your next can’t-put-down read.
Reducing Waste with Kids
Changing your own habits to reduce food waste is simple enough, but what about introducing waste reduction to kids?
Food waste terms and phrases you need to know
The topic of food waste and sustainability in general can be muddied by jargon and phrases you’ve never heard before. We put together this little guide to help.
- America Recycles DayToday is America Recycles Day, and we couldn’t be happier to celebrate a day highlighting sustainability! Our great state of Colorado has made some large strides to prioritize sustainability initiatives in the last few years. One example is that Colorado was one of six municipalities in the country that made changes toward stricter recycling processes… Read More
- How To Prevent Pumpkin Waste: Making Autumn More SustainableWant to know something truly spooky? Each year, 1.3 billion pounds of pumpkins end up in landfills after Halloween. This is a huge missed opportunity considering how delicious and nutritious pumpkins are! We want to suggest some alternatives to make your visit to the pumpkin patch more sustainable, and give you some more fun activities… Read More
- Celebrating Indigenous People’s Day and Food!Harriet and Helen (Diné) community elders from Vanderwagen, N.M., hold corn and cabbage at Spirit Farm. PHOTO © JAMES SKEET. It’s been one year since President Biden declared the second Monday in October to be Indigenous People’s Day. In his words, this is a day to “honor the sovereignty, resilience and immense contributions that Native… Read More