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Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems

The Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems (LCSFS) conducts research on and supports initiatives focused on fair, environmentally regenerative, circular and diverse food systems. These provide an effective lens for understanding and acting on some of the most pressing issues facing communities, including food insecurity, climate change, water quality, waste and energy needs.

Through food, citizens, practitioners, policy-makers, private enterprise, and academics can experience and understand the importance of ecological stewardship, social justice, prosperous economies, participatory democracy and food security. The LCSFS brings together researchers studying these issues from across Laurier, other institutions, sectors, and disciplines. LCSFS works with partners through local, regional, national and global networks to develop increasingly resilient food systems.

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Contact Us:

Alison Blay-Palmer, Director, and Andrew Spring, Associate Director