FORAGING AND SUSTAINABILITY
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FORAGING AND SUSTAINABILITY

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FORAGING AND SUSTAINABILITY

We would like to inform you about the interview by Italy a Tavola with Valeria Margherita Mosca, an anthropologist and food expert committed to environmental conservation and the dissemination of food culture. A life dedicated to nature and sustainability, she is the founder of Wood*ing wild food lab, a research and experimentation laboratory on the use of wild food for human nutrition. Valeria has also created a mobile catering service called “Eat Your Habitat,” offering event menus characterized by a conservative environmental impact. “A portion of the profits goes back to the environment through the Zero Co2 project, which focuses on reforestation in Guatemala. It goes to the Janus Foundation, which addresses deforestation and promotes the sustainable use of natural resources. Another part goes to the Jane Foundation Organization for the education of children in the third world.” Valeria loves to collaborate with schools, thus engaging kindergarten and high school children in the “Thinking like a forest” project. Education is crucial because through wild food, we can save the planet.

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