DIG's CookZine: Issue 01


Be inspired to reduce your food waste at home through DIG's first Cocktails & Castoffs CookZine. This 5x7 booklet edited by award winning cookbook writer and food editor, Susan Puckett and beautifully photographed by Heather Troutman from Wildgrain Photography features 10 recipes from some of our favorite Atlanta Cocktails & Castoffs event chefs. Purchase HERE.

Development In Gardening (DIG) empowers communities to develop sustainable community gardens improving the nutrition and quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS, orphans, pregnant women and other vulnerable populations in Africa.

Income Generation

DIG Farmers increase their garden-sourced income by 354%

Improved Nutrition

DIG families source 3 additional meals a week from their gardens

Climate Resilience

90% of DIG Farmers adopt climate-resilient agriculture practices

Food Security

DIG Families reduce household food expenses from $4 to 40¢ per week

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