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Boulder Food Rescue REDIRECT INSTEAD OF THROW AWAY whatwherewhen 303Cycling Online resource for cycling Avid4Adventure Camps for kids Bicycle Colorado Statewide bicycle advocacy Bicycle Longmont Education and advocacy Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado Road mountain cyclocross racing Blue Sky Velo Group rides Boulder Area Trails Coalition Multi-use trail advocacy Boulder B-cycle Bike share Boulder Cruiser Ride Happy Thursday Boulder Cycling Club Group rides Boulder Junior Cycling Local program for junior cycling development Boulder Mountain Bike Alliance Group rides clinics and advocacy Boulder Valley Velodrome 250-meter outdoor velodrome Colorado Mountain Bike Association Outreach advocacy stewardship Community Cycles Earn a bike and advocacy Cyclists 4 Community Cyclists helping communities we ride in Denver Boulder Couriers Courier service and NEW farm share delivery Erie Singletrack Advocates Trail building and advocacy International Mountain Bicycling Association Mountain bike advocacy Louisville Velo Club Group rides People for Bikes National bike advocacy Rocky Mountain Cycling Club Group rides along the Front Range Seniors on Bikes Group rides for seniors Singletrack Mountain Bike Adventures Junior mountain biking program St. Vrain Chain Gang Cycling Club Group rides meetup.comSt-Vrain-chain-gang ten20 Womens Cycling Club Womens bike club Venus de Miles Bike Club Group rides for women fullcyclebikes.comvenus-bike-club Wednesday Morning Velo Business networking rides Women on Mountain Bikes Mountain and road bike instruction Y-Riders Cycling Progressive biking courses for kids to teens ymcabv.orgymcawebyriders.html Food goes to waste blocks away from where people really need it. In the U.S. we throw away up to 40 percent of the food we produce. Meanwhile one in six of our neighbors dont have access to healthy and culturally-appropriate food. By partnering with Boulder Food Rescue City of Boulder grocery stores and restaurants have stepped up to help fill gaps in food distribution in our community keeping edible food out of landfills and instead filling up hungry bellies. Boulder Food Rescue BFR is a 501c3 non-profit organization with a goal to create a more just and less wasteful food system. BFRs just-in-time delivery model salvages otherwise wasted food and redistributes it directly to homeless and low-income people. Focusing on healthier but harder to obtain foods such as fruits and vegetables BFR minimizes its environmental impact by doing as much of its redistribution as possible by bicycle. BFRs league of 150 active volunteers redistribute 1000 lbs. of healthy food every single day of the week. Since the organizations inception in 2011 these volunteers have hauled over 1.2 million pounds of food primarily by bicycle BFRs loaner bike and trailer combinations enable riders to carry 50-700 lbs of food from the grocery store to a usually close-by and hopefully downhill designated donation site. After dropping the food riders are rewarded with a light pedal back to the grocery store. Volunteer contributions are integral to BFRs work. For more information about volunteering or donations contact BIKE CLUBS ORGANIZATIONS 40 BikeLife Boulder