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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: Water and Our Food

Food production and water resources are inextricably linked.

Strawberries being irrigated with water

Agri-Food Governance for the Future

Comments delivered by Dr. Evan Fraser to the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-food on Sept 28th.

Peace tower against a blue sky

Inaugural Arrell Scholarships Awarded

Nasrin Husseini, Kathleen Johnson, Katya Kudashkina, Amberley Ruetz, and Karthika Sriskantharajah are the 2017 recipients of the Arrell Food Institute Scholarships.

Nasrin, Arrell Food Institute Scholarship winner, sits with a beef calf

In Conversation: Canada’s National Food Policy

Director of the Arrell Food Institute, Professor Evan Fraser, frames the context of Minister MacAuley’s announcement on May 29.

Colourful grocery store from above

U of G Gets Largest-Ever Gift, $20 Million to Create Arrell Food Institute

The University of Guelph has received its single largest-ever gift, a $20-million donation from the Arrell Family Foundation.

The Arrell Food Institute logo

Students cook up comfort food with crickets

University of Guelph students cooked up some unique ideas this year in the Ideas Congress course. For some, that meant baking with bugs and ingesting some insects.

Students read a white board in a busy classroom

Illusions of abundance in an age of scarcity

Walrus Talk by Professor Evan Fraser, Director of the Food Institute of the University of Guelph

An irrigation system spraying water in a pasture

How can food and agriculture adapt to climate change?

Diversity in agriculture creates resiliency against climate change according to University of Guelph agricultural and environmental researchers.

small soybean plants growing in cracked earth