In early 2017, Arrell Food Institute at the University of Guelph invited proposals from university faculty, staff and students for special projects intended to elevate the university’s reputation as Canada’s food university, build strategic partnerships with stakeholders, and showcase university food research.
Since then, the successful applicants have been busy implementing their projects. You can read about the projects in the stories listed below.
Arrell Food Institute supported the creation of collaborative videos by the Community Engaged Scholarship Institute and the Seed.
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.
Discover the Entomology of Food at Canada’s Food University
Campus is buzzing in anticipation of the 2017 Entomological Society of Ontario conference.