Garden School Foundation (GSF) provides garden-based education at Title I schools in Los Angeles, strengthening connections between food justice, environmental awareness, and community health. Their Seed to Table program teaches 3,000 students each year how to grow, harvest, and prepare healthy foods. In 2018, GSF launched the Cafeteria to Compost program at 24th St. Elementary, and they began diverting 2,000 lbs. of food waste each month from the lunch tables to the school garden’s compost piles. As a Healthy Communities Grant recipient, GSF aims to increase their monthly diversion of food waste to 4,000 lbs. per month, expand their food recovery and redistribution efforts, and bring the Cafeteria to Compost program to six other school sites.