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FeedBack: A Plurality of Ideas

Cameron Fioret reflects on his research, new ideas, and experience as part of the Food From Thought graduate cohort.

Students talk about ideas while sitting at a picnic table in front of an old building

In Pursuit of Food Self-Determination

The inaugural First Nations Agri-food Initiatives Workshop is being held at University of Guelph on November 21 & 22.

Martin Millen speaks to a crowd at the first nations food self-determination workshop

FeedBack: Interdisciplinary Approach for Big Data and Agriculture

A group of Food from Thought and Arrell Food Institute graduate students are working to create innovative solutions that will transform the global food system.

Four graduate students work at a table together on big data projects

Robot farmers have successfully planted and harvested barley by themselves

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Eradicating Animal Disease in the Face of Conflict

Goats are a vital commodity in impoverished countries but a devastating viral disease is targeting the goat and sheep populations.

A heard of goats, maybe with disease, walk a dusty path

Adapting Agriculture to a Changing Environment

Remarks delivered by Dr. Evan Fraser to the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry regarding the potential impacts of climate change.

A bison stands on a slope

FeedBack: Water and Our Food

Food production and water resources are inextricably linked.

Strawberries being irrigated with water

FeedBack: Food Literacy for Canadians

With the help of the Food From Thought program, graduate students have assembled an interdisciplinary team with a collective interest in the food literacy of Canadians.

A phone sits on a cookbook and magazine about food

FeedBack: Reflecting on the Interdisciplinary Research Process

Steven Lam, a Research Assistant with Food From Thought, reflects his experience as part of the AFI-FFT graduate cohort.

Steven looks at cows in a barn