In creating a food system known for its transparency and accountability, the McGill Food Systems Project (MFSP) practices an exemplary model of student engagement where diverse stakeholders are able to work in collaboration towards a common goal.
With this project, MFSP aims to create a student population that is actively engaged with the campus food system, an expanded range of attractive experiential learning opportunities, and a deeper integration of sustainability into the culture of the McGill community as a whole.
The project will institutionalize a framework of collaborative relationships between stakeholders, in which decisions can be made through the collective engagement of students, administrators and campus groups. This project will create and sustain connections in addition to facilitating experiences that will promote a culture of consumer awareness.
For further information conerning this project, or to get in touch with its members, please contact the krista.houser [at] mcgill.ca (SPF Administration Team).
Visit the MFSP website