- Published on Monday, 14 September 2015 15:50
It's the season of member group mass meetings! You can come check out our 12+ member groups at our expo-style all-member group mass meeting on Tuesday September 22nd at 6pm in the Dana Commons.
Also, there are many member group-specific mass meetings that are just around the corner...
--FISA (Food Industry Student Association) will be having theirs Tursday, Sept 17th at 6pm in 3448 Mason Hall
--Student Food Co will be having theirs on Wednesday Sept 23rd at 6pm in the Wolverine Room of the Union
--Food Recovery Network will be having theirs on Thursday Sept 17th at 6pm in 1040 Dana
~~~See you there!~~~
- Published on Friday, 11 September 2015 20:37
UMSFP is proud to invite you to our fourth annual Harvest Festival! Join us on Sunday, September 27th from 1pm-5pm at the UM Matthaei Botanical Gardens to eat fresh, local food, explore the Campus Farm, listen to live music, participate in fun activities, and see what our member groups are up to!
Tickets are available in advance at a discount, and we will also have them at the door. Click here to reserve your spot!
We will also be holding a scarecrow making contest, open to all student organizations! For more details, click here.
- Published on Thursday, 10 September 2015 20:44
- Published on Tuesday, 08 September 2015 22:05
Do you have an idea or question about how to promote and get involved with sustainable food on campus? Come visit UMSFP's drop-in office hours with our very own Program Manager, Emily Canosa, Fridays at 2-3:30pm in the Dana Commons. Keith Soster, the Director of Student Engagement and Sustainability at Michigan Dining, will also be having open office hours for students interested in projects or ideas involving food on campus. You can visit his office in West Quad G240 on Mondays from 12-5pm or Fridays from 8am-12pm.
- Published on Monday, 31 August 2015 18:44
Are you still switching around your schedule? Are you also interested in sustainable food?
Check out our completely updated list of Fall 2015 sustainable-food themed classes! Many of these classes can be counted towards a Sustainable Food Systems minor as well.
Here's the link: http://www.umsfp.com/index.php/get-involved/classes/162-classes