Case Study: The Good Food Challenge at the University of Victoria

Case Study: The Good Food Challenge at the University of Victoria, Farm to Healthcare
This case study explores farm to campus activities at the University of Victoria, a participating campus in the Farm to School: Canada Digs In! initiative. 

Read this case study if you’re interested in understanding how Meal Exchange’s Good Food Challenge can be applied to not only increase the amount of healthy, just and sustainably produced food on campuses but how doing so can be leveraged to improve student food security and food literacy in the process.

Read the full study here

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