The Canadian agri-food sector is considering how to demonstrate its leadership on environmental sustainability and other indicators of being a trusted food leader.
The research team modelled prospects for growing major food crops in potential new farmland that may come available as climate change alters growing seasons worldwide.
The Senate’s report includes eight recommendations to develop Canada’s value-added food sector as a global leader in food innovation, transparency and sustainability.
A graduate team examine the paradox of food waste and food security locally.
The inaugural winners of the science and community awards represent innovative thinking required to meet global challanges.
On May 23rd, the Arrell Food Summit will feature a discussion on soil loss, soil conservation and soil ecosystem services.
The impact of agroforestry on climate change mitigation and adaptation in Canadian agricultural systems has not yet been fully realized.
Steven Lam, a Research Assistant with Food From Thought, reflects his experience as part of the AFI-FFT graduate cohort.
Nasrin Husseini, Kathleen Johnson, Katya Kudashkina, Amberley Ruetz, and Karthika Sriskantharajah are the 2017 recipients of the Arrell Food Institute Scholarships.
On February 16th Professor Evan Fraser and Rory McAlpine were featured in The Hill Times discussing Canada’s agri-food potential.