WESTPORT — “Abundance,” a documentary about the Farmlink Project’s goal to alleviate hunger with food that otherwise would be wasted, will be screened Nov. 14 at Christ & Holy Trinity Church.

The screening and related panel discussion will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the church, 75 Church Lane.

A panel discussion of the issues addressed by the documentary will by moderated by Michel Nischan, a four-time James Beard Award-winning chef, the founder and CEO of Wholesome Crave and co-founder and chairman of Wholesome Wave.

The program is co-sponsored by Sustainable Westport, Wakeman Town Farm, the Westport Farmers Market and Food Rescue U.S./Fairfield County.

To reserve a seat at the free program, click here.

“Abundance: The Farmlink Story” documents efforts by the Farmlink Project to help address the problems of food insecurity and food waste. The youth-led nonprofit works to link the two issues with a shared solution, defining its mission as helping to “make the world’s abundance of produce accessible to everyone … Billions of pounds of produce are going to waste while millions of Americans are going hungry. Let’s change that,” according to the group’s website.

The Farmlink Project was founded during the COVID-19 pandemic by more than 600 college students and experts in the food field. It was recognized in 2021 by the Citizen Medal of Honor Service Award and by the Jefferson Award for Public Service in 2022.