Happy Belly

As food revolutionaries, Happy Belly applies the principle of ''Think globally, act locally''. We collect food from nearby grocery stores and farms consisting mainly of perishable items near the end of their shelf life that would otherwise be discarded but are still safe to eat. Every week, we cook and serve a free healthy lunch for students and staff. The meals are vegan-friendly with few processed ingredients. We partner with the Macdonald Student-Run Ecological Garden to provide you with locally grown food you can eat. We are definitely looking for cooks, cleaners, harvesters, promoters, and of course happy bellies to eat our meals. Involvement in the club is greatly appreciated. Happy Belly functions for more than 10 years because of the motivation of participants that care about collective actions.

Other Agriculture clubs

Those of you registered in the Farm Management and Technology Program (FMT), and undergraduates of the B.Sc. of Agriculture, Environmental Sciences and Engineering are members of the AESUS.
AFAQ is an association made up of motivated students that are interested in agriculture and in the practice of agronomy in Quebec.
Farm to school is a project based at the Macdonald Campus of the McGill University where our goal is to offer education about the environment and agronomy to young students from the island of Montréal and th
Membership to the Livestock Club is open to all students from Macdonald campus of McGill University.
The Macdonald Agroecology Group is a student club that aims to provide students with opportunities to learn about sustainable agriculture. Every year MAEG organizes trips to local farms, invite speakers, and
The North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge (NAIDC) allows students studying agriculture to apply theory and learning to a real-world dairy while working as part of a team.
The Macdonald Student-Run Ecological Garden is a diversified vegetable farm located at the Macdonald Campus of McGill University in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec.  
The McGill Apicultural Association (MAA) is a student-run and governed association that involves students from several disciplines in the natural sciences.
By far the most original and exhilarating varsity sports teams on Campus!