I’ve always been a proponent of states handling their own EPA issues and doing away with the federal agency itself. This is just another example of why it should happen via FreeBeacon.com:
The Environmental Protection Agency is spending $25,000 to teach churchgoers in Connecticut about food waste.
“The FTGTW Toolkit will be modified for the target audience and Sustainable America will host meetings for leadership from participating congregations, implementing a six-week challenge and instructing them how to bring the challenge back to their congregations,” the EPA said. “The goal of the project is to raise awareness about food waste, reduce household level food waste, and ultimately reduce the amount of food waste that is incinerated or landfilled.”