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Food

Food is a big part of our environmental footprint, from choosing whether to eat organic to how much meat we consume. For example, local organic food supports local farmers and agriculture lands, avoids pesticides and associated risks, and uses less water than highly processed food and meat.

Burlingame Community Garden
 - grow your own food in our community garden.

Compost food waste.

Free compost for your yard.

Weekly farmer's market in downtown Burlingame every Sunday from 9am-2pm.


Meatless Monday, eating less meat creates healthier diets and reduces environmental impacts.

Healthy eating tips

The case for ugly produce.

Water Footprint Network - Learn how much water is used in food.

Eat Low Carbon - Check out your diet's carbon score.