By McGill Reporter Staff
Sarah Archibald, who recently earned a degree in the International Agriculture and Food Systems program in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, won the Green Student Champion Award at the inaugural National Association of College & University Food Services Sustainability Awards.
Archibald, who served as Co-Director of the McGill Food Systems Project, and who won a Catalyst Award for Student Collaboration with Administration from McGill’s Office of Sustainability in 2011, won the Award based on a paper she submitted on McGill Food and Dining Services and how it has introduced sustainable operations in its business practices by purchasing produce from Mac Farm for its dining halls.
To learn more about Archibald’s role in the McGill Food Systems Project, click here.
To find out how she earned a Catalyst Award in 2011, click here.