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The Campus Food Systems Project provides direct programming to campuses and convenes a broader Community of Practice that allows us to share resources and examples of great food work across the country.

Our programming supports students to work towards improving their food system in ways that are relevant within each campus’ unique context. The Campus Food Systems Project focuses are catered to each campus and often include:

  • Increasing Healthy, Equitable and Sustainable Food on Campus
  • Campus Community Engagement & Community Partnership
  • Student Leadership

 

Our Campuses
To date, the Campus Food Systems Project has delivered direct programming to student coordinators on 12 campuses across Canada.

 

 

Capilano University

Carleton University

Dalhousie University

Memorial University

Ryerson University

St. Francis Xavier University

Trent University

University of Manitoba

University of New Brunswick-St Thomas University

University of Northern British Columbia

University of Waterloo

Vancouver Island University

Champion Campuses

Our collective work is inspired and supported by campuses who are actively championing the work of local and sustainable procurement for Canadian campuses. These include:

  • Mount Allison University
  • McGill University
  • University of Guelph
  • University of Toronto
  • University of Winnipeg
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Victoria

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