Everything you need to know about
the 2017 Student food Summit
June 22-25 2017
The National Student Food Summit will take place on the traditional territory of the Attawandaron people where the University of Guelph resides. From Friday-Sunday the Summit will start at the Science Atrium Complex.
Who will be there
Undergraduate and Graduate students from 40 campuses across Canada will come together to connect, share knowledge and build the national student food movement.
Food Researchers, farmers, Indigenous leaders, business and community groups, policy makers and others will join the summit to share insights from the food systems field.
Fees and AccomModation
The National Student Food Summit registration fee of $250 includes four days of content (June 22-25), access to leading food systems leaders and connections across Canada, and incredible food throughout the program.
Reduced-cost accommodation at the University of Guelph Residences is available for conference delegates. This is a great opportunity to stay close by and become connected to a the community of conference delegates. However, it's not mandatory to stay on-site if you have other accommodation arrangements.
Transportation to and from the University of Guelph are not included. Please see our FAQ for directions.
Experiential Learning (optional)
Thanks to support from USC Canada, Summit delegates are invited to participated in an incredible afternoon at Whole Circle Farm, on Thursday June 22nd from 1-4pm. Students will have the opportunity to spend the afternoon with young farmers and learn about the opportunities and challenges of small-scale, biodynamic farming and seed saving! Students will get to connect with farms and participate in an afternoon of farm activity. This opportunity is included in your delegate fee, but registration is limited. Sign-up here.