The UM Sustainable Food Program (UMSFP) fosters collaborative leadership that empowers students to create a sustainable food system at the University of Michigan while becoming change agents for a vibrant planet.
The Ann Arbor Student Food Co. hopes to bring healthy wholesome food to the University of Michigan community and promote discussion and food education.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out the calendar to see when they’ll be open for business, or check out the Student Food Co Blog, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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Cultivating Community exists to empower and educate University of Michigan students to become leaders in the area of community food systems through hands-on organic gardening, community outreach, and volunteer activities. For more information or to be added to our CTools site, please email email@example.com or check out the Cultivating Community Blog, Tumblr, or Website and Calendar of Events.
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There is no way to feel good about world hunger and extreme poverty, so we are making a change to stop it… one grilled cheese at a time. We are a student-run non-profit organization exchanging gourmet grilled cheese for a donation to The Commitment 2030 Fund– a portfolio of four organizations working to sustainably end chronic hunger by the year 2030.These organizations include The Hunger Project, CHOICE Humanitarian, Water for People, and The Pachamama Alliance. Click here to join the Feel Good mailing list. Read more: Feel Good
The Food Recovery Network’s goal is to recover leftover food from University of Michigan dining halls, divert it from the waste stream to Food Gatherers, the Washtenaw County food bank, where it can be served to those who need it most.To volunteer or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out FRN on Facebook. Read more: Food Recovery Network
FCF empowers students to create a healthy future through sustainable food education and practice at the newly established campus farm and more broadly by working with the UM Sustainable Food Program. To learn more about what we’re doing send an email to email@example.com or join our listserve on MCommunity or check out pictures at the Campus Farm Facebook Page. Read more: Friends of the Campus Farm
The Medical Campus Garden group is student led organization focused on fostering collaboration amongst students, faculty, staff and patients affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System through the lens of growing food. We believe the culture of nutritious eating, local, sustainable food and outdoor engagement is fundamental to health maintenance and hope to establish a paradigm in our clinical care setting that promotes these preventive measures for the public.Read more: Medical Campus Garden
SAN (Student Advocates for Nutrition) is a campus-wide organization concerned with healthy eating and nutrition, sustainable food systems, and community nutrition. Activities include volunteering with local organizations, potlucks, advocacy work, and tending SAN’s community garden.To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow their Facebook page here.
Maize and Blue Cupboard, a student-run food pantry, offers monthly distributions of free produce and basic groceries out of Trotter Multi-Cultural Center.
PDT is a service learning organization with a focus on educating one and other on permaculture methodology and problem solving using complex systems thinking.If you are interested in joining the PDT please e-mail PermacultureDesignTeam@umich or check out Permaculture Design Team on Facebook or on their organization website! Read more: UM Permaculture Design Team
The goal of this group is to promote, protect, and propagate honeybees! Beekeepers and newBees of all experience levels are welcome to join our group. There are plenty of important roles in our colony. If you want to learn more about what UMBees is up to, send an email with all of your questions to email@example.com or check out UMBees on Facebook!