FeedBack is a blog contributed to by the Arrell Food Institute and Food From Thought graduate students on their experiences in the program.
FeedBack: Can Canadians “meat” the challenge? Eating better for the environment
Can we bug Canadians into eating better for the environment? Three University of Guelph Food from Thought Graduate Research Assistants are strategizing a method to inform healthier, greener dietary choices.
FeedBack: Growing Together
The food waste and behavioural change team reflects on the cohort program and the opportunities they've taken with their community partner, Provision Coalition.
FeedBack: Resilience in Agricultural Diversity
This interdisciplinary team decided climate change in agriculture needed more attention and banded together with the Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario to help raise awareness about the topic.
FeedBack: Touring family-owned crop, poultry and dairy farms
Our graduate students visited three farms in Ontario to study different aspects of agricultural farming systems such as grain production, poultry and dairy farming.
FeedBack: A Plurality of Ideas
Cameron Fioret reflects on his research, new ideas, and experience as part of the Food From Thought graduate cohort.
FeedBack: Discovering a bigger impact for the agri-food system
Michelle Thompson is an Food from Thought research assistant and a Masters student in Plant Agriculture with Dr. Manish Raizada. Michelle shares her personal perspective on the cohort experience and reflects on how the work has impacted her research program.
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.