HOW WE WORK
The Campus Food Systems Project is run in partnership by the Sierra Youth Coalition and Meal Exchange. These organizations have supported student-led food, social justice, sustainability and student engagement projects for over 20 years.
The CFSP National Coordinators support students across the country to empower them with the leadership skills needed to bring local, sustainable and healthy food to their campuses. This section explains how the National Coordinators and Campus Coordinators acheive our goals.
Campus Food Strategy Groups Coordinators are our student leaders on each campus. With their campus context and needs in mind they:
Bring together stakeholders
Identify food systems barriers, opportunities and capacity
Facilitate applied student research, community conversations and visioning for food systems change
Institutionalize collaboration and innovation
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How Food Safety Certifications Help the Industry
Improper handling of food from raw material, manufacturing, packaging and distributing can cause an outbreak of illness and leave a company at risk of lawsuits. Food safety consultants are a way of getting needed personnel trained in managing the risks with food safety accurately and quickly. They are an important part of the chain in food manufacturing that makes food safe to eat.
CASE STUDIES FROM SHARED OPPORTUNITIES ON INSTITUTIONAL LAND
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COMING UP WITH A CANADIAN FOOD POLICY
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FORKS HELPING FARMS
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APPLY FOR FUNDING TO ATTEND CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF FOOD STUDIES CONFERENCE – MAY 2015
The Canadian Association of Food Studies (CAFS) meets annually as a part of Congress to share emerging research, connect and […]