Warner Norcross + Judd LLP Partner Kurt Kissling has been appointed to Forgotten Harvest’s board of directors, where he will serve a three-year term.
Forgotten Harvest was founded in 1990 to fight hunger and food insecurity in the greater metro Detroit area. Forgotten Harvest is dedicated to relieving hunger and preventing nutritious food waste through various programs and initiatives, including rescuing food surpluses from grocery stores, markets, restaurants, caterers and more. The organization’s work has expanded to include Forgotten Harvest Farms, where they grow their own fresh food for those in need. Within the past year, Forgotten Harvest has rescued and redistributed more than 42,000,000 pounds of food.
Kissling is an environmental attorney with decades of experience in all matters related to the Clean Air Act as well as its state and local counterparts, including permitting, compliance, enforcement and advocacy. Regional and national clients across a variety of industries rely on Kurt’s expertise to address complex regulatory and enforcement matters that impact their operations.
In his pro bono work, Kurt has represented the ACLU of Michigan, U.S. Department of Defense, Project Salute (representing military veterans with VA claims) and the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center. Learn more about his practice here.
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