Elena M. Bennett of the Department of Natural Resource Sciences is the lead author of Bright Spots: seeds of a good Anthropocene. "The paper describes an effort to identify and propagate social and environmental projects that could reverse a centuries-long pattern in which human prosperity has come at the cost of substantial harm to ecosystems and excluded communities. "
The Bieler Family Internship Office invites you to come and view some of the exciting and rewarding internships that our students underttok this summer.
Motörleaf reinvents automation to signficantly improve urban agriculture. Advancing urban agriculture through automation is a technological and business leap forward.
29-year-old the lead agronomist for a Whistler marijuana company
As a 14-year-old loading soil at a Quebec poinsettia greenhouse, David Bernard-Perron [BSc (AES)'12, MSc'15] never would have expected he'd grow up to be the lead agronomist for a marijuana company in Whistler.
But at 29, that's exactly what he's doing, and the company he works for is at the forefront of quickly growing industry.
Please join the Mac Community in congratulating Professor Jim Fyles on his new appointment as Macdonald's Associate Dean ( Students Affairs).
Ayant grandi sur une ferme, Stéphanie Bélanger-Naud a tailladé ses premières pièces de bois après son arrivée au campus Macdonald de l'Université McGill, à Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. «C'est un sport qui m'était inconnu avant d'arriver à McGill, raconte-t-elle. Ça m'a beaucoup intriguée et j'ai rapidement eu la piqûre.»
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Harry Pelissero is the general manager of Egg Farmers of Ontario, which has been working with Michael Ngadi, a professor of bioresource engineering at McGill University, to develop a machine that selects female eggs before they're hatched.
Join us in welcoming new undergraduate students to Macdonald!
A series of special and informative events have been planned to help integrate new students into the Macdonald Community.