Support Climate Generation with Dine for Climate, a series connecting our food system to climate change.

Each of our partner restaurants support a healthy food system and a lower carbon “foodprint”. With farm-to-table and plant-based restaurants participating in the series, your night out is a direct solution to climate change in more ways than one. In addition, a portion of the proceeds from each Dine for Climate event will fund our programming.

Join us for dinner between 5-9 p.m. on the dates and restaurants below. All menu options available. No registration required.

fig + farro plant-based restaurant

fig + farro
January 21, 5-9 p.m.

Serving plant-based global comfort food while educating guests about the connection between eating meat and climate change.

J. Selby's plant-based eatery

J. Selby’s
February 12, 5-9 p.m.

Creating an inclusive and welcoming space, where everyone can enjoy plant-based meals that are familiar, sustainable, ethical, and delicious.

Birchwood Cafe
March 12, 5-9 p.m.

Offering local, sustainable, organic food whether you are vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, omnivorous, or all about the bacon.

Wise Acre Eatery
April 16, 5-9 p.m.

Working hand-in-hand with farmers to curate a rare dining experience, from their farm to your table, the way nature intended.

How the food system contributes to climate change

Industrialized agriculture is a major contributor to global carbon emissions.

Not only does farming produce emissions through fertilizer and pesticide usek, but the carbon emissions associated with land-use change and raising animals, as well as the transportation, processing, packaging, and distribution of modern food all add up to a massive carbon footprint. Food production creates more greenhouse gases than all planes, cars, trucks, and buses combined.