As sad as it is, we humans have a serious food waste problem. In fact, according to Feeding America, America in its entirety wastes 576 BILLION pounds of food each year. They estimate that that is “nearly half of the food grown, processed and transported in the U.S.” We are thrashing food that is almost always still edible at such a rate that 21% of our landfill volume is food. This should scare you.
When we arrived in San Antonio, Texas on May 19, 2015, the temperature was wavering between 102 and 104 degrees Fahrenheit. We were sweaty but the sun felt good after spending hours in the car. Our first stop was at one of the, if not the, most historical parts of the City of Saint Anthony – The Alamo.
TEDxPSU returned to University Park on Sunday with a wide range of speakers and videos. This year’s annual TEDxPSU conference, which is a student-run independently organized TED event, featured 11 speakers from all over the world, each with a powerful message vastly different from the last.
In this, the inaugural, Travel Thursday post, I’m taking you guys up north to my favorite part of New England – Cape Cod, Massachusetts!
The final football game of the 2016-2017 NFL season is here. But lets be real, the best part of Super Bowl Sunday is the food.