The McGill Farmers Market


The Farmers’ Market is an annual Fall event on McGill’s downtown campus which provides students, employees, and members of the community with fresh, local produce from the farmers who produce it. The market not only allows students at McGill to sample healthy organic produce, but aims to act as a model for equitable relationships between food producers and consumers.

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Campus Crops

Campus Crops aims to grow fresh, local produce through urban agriculture at McGill University’s downtown campus – and to educate community members about gardening and distributional equity relating to food.

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Take Action!



Looking for ways to incorporate sustainability into your daily life? Check out the new Get Involved page of the sustainability website, the Envirocomm Green Living blog, and the Guinea Pigging Green blog and podcasts, featuring former MOOS Communications Intern Laura Fraser. Got more great resources for sustainable living? Please send them our way!”

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Back to the Basics with the SPF

Over the past year, Krista Houser (SPF Administrator), Shona Watt (SPF Analyst) and Kim McGrath (Sustainability Officer) have been working on transforming the processes behind the Sustainability Projects Fund. We sat down for a quick chat about the revamped application form, the SPF Working Group, and their vision for the future.

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How do you talk to students?

A question that staff often bring to MOOS is, “How do you talk to students?” In this post, MOOS student engagement facilitator Lily Schwarzbaum tells us how to create key partnerships and collaborations with students at McGill!

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