Out of the Garden Project

Out of the Garden offers healthy, affordable, homemade and delicious food in MAC's very own student café! We promote local and sustainable food choices, and offer manyopportunitiesto get involved: come to eat, come to cook, or come to learn! Find us in the Ceilidh Monday-Wednesday, and look out for workshops throughout the year.

Other Environment & Sustainability 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.
This is the Mac Environmental Club, dedicated to solving the environmental crisis, starting with our campus (as you might have heard before: think globally, act locally).
Gorilla Compost ensures proper cycling of Macdonald Campus' organic wastes by collecting compostable matter at convenient on-campus locations and converting it to usable fertilizer for the campus' community
As food revolutionaries, Happy Belly applies the principle of ''Think globally, act locally''.
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
We do it because we want to eat good food. Because we want to do something meaningful with our hands, not just in theory. try it out, see how it works! Because we love to get to know people.
The McGill Apicultural Association (MAA) is a student-run and governed association that involves students from several disciplines in the natural sciences.
The McGill Global Food Security Club raises awareness and organizes projects focusing on food security issues at the local and global level. The club is a hub for student projects.
We are a student organization dedicated to promoting wildlife and environment related activities around campus.
Raise awareness about and take action in developmental, social, and healthcare issues of concern worldwide
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