|The Marsall Islands diet looks like this|
- Do you donate to foodbanks? Why not find out when yours is open and drop of fresh produce to the free-to-collect table?
- Do you grow your own? Again, why not drop some off on days it's open.
- Do you have time to create a community farm? Can you get a small group together and try and locate some land and help supply the needy in your area? The Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens offers advice on all aspects of community-managed city farming and community gardening https://www.farmgarden.org.uk/farms-gardens/getting-involved/starting-a-new-group
- Are you a gardener? Could you teach people how to grow their own, maybe you could print some leaflets and ask your local food bank to hand them out or hold classes.
- Buy seasonal heritage seeds for the table or cuttings to encourage home growing.
- When donating food consider honey, seeds, nuts, beans, pulses, etc that have excellent nutritionally value as well as long shelf lives.
- Get involved help out at your local foodbanks and try to tackle these nutritional issues.