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SPF: Community

CodeJam (SP0116)

Status: COMPLETED October 2013 - Novmeber 2013

Time Forms (SP0114)

Status: ONGOING June 2013 - current

Out of the Garden 2 (SP0113)

Status: Ongoing June 2013

The Out of the Garden Project is a student directed café at the Macdonald Campus of McGill.

The café is a place on campus where members of the Mac community can go to enjoy healthy and affordable food.

Community Engagement Day 2 (SP0106)

Status: COMPLETED April 2013

Community Engagement Day 2012 was an experiment in how to celebrate, develop and document the culture of engagement and sustainability, both social and environmental, at McGill University.

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It was successful in a number of areas that reflect the eligibility of this proposal:

Sustainable Procurement Officer (SP0105)

Status: ONGOING May 2013 - current

Vision 2020 2 (SP0104)

Status: ONGOING Summer 2013 - present

Vision 2020: Moving Beyond the Plan aims to institutionalize and initiate the implementation of the long-term sustainability strategy developed for – and from – the McGill community.

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The project has three objectives:

McGill Apicultural Association (SP0101)

Status: ONGOING January 2012 -

The McGill Apicultural Association (MAA), along with the MacDonald Student-run Ecologocal Gardens (MSEG) and the Office of Student Academic Services at MacDonald Campus (OSAS) has worked with the SPF to create and institutionalize a beekeeping and farming internship program. This project reconciles the program of not having enough hives to create sufficient revenue to employ students in the summer, and promotes student engagement with apiculture on MacDonald Campus.

Dew Water Harvest (SP0098)

Status: ONGOING Fall 2013 - present

The design of a dew-water harvesting unit as a source of complimentary clean water and for sustainable water resources education on the Macdonald campus is an excellent way to build upon the rain water harvesting system already operating at the Horticulture Research Center.

Rainwater collection can be a remarkable source of freshwater for irrigation and other purposes... the only problem is – it has to rain!

McGill Feeding McGill 4 (SP0099)

Status: COMPLETED March 2013 - Fall 2014

The objective of the project is to provide locally grown fruits and vegetables from the Macdonald Campus’s Horticultural Center to McGill’s downtown residences and the general student community.

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