A few words from our director Sophie Lamond on The Challenge's vision for a Fair Food University after participating in the Sydney Environment Institute's event Cultivating our Campus: Exploring how universities can build more healthy and sustainable food systems at the University of Sydney on April 26th
We know there are heaps of online recipes out there, but we also know that as a uni student you sometimes don't own a microplane , that you might not know where to get sumac from, and that you don't know how to julienne a carrot. So we present to you Skillet - our series of easy, affordable and uncomplicated meals to impress your housemates and up your cooking skills.
Cip is the friend who makes us want to be more sustainable in all aspects of our life, but sometimes it's hard to know where to start and we just need a few pointers. We would hate to keep this sage advice to ourselves, so we present to you the very first Cip's Tips - a column that encourages everyone to think a little more and try a little harder.
The Melbourne Uni Parkville Campus (MUC) garden is tucked away in a quiet area off Monash Drive. Whilst many people at know that the garden exists, we at the Fair Food Challenge have found that most don’t know where it is exactly or how to get involved. We talk to the garden gurus to find out how to get involved and get your hands dirty.
Unimelb food policy PhD student Jenn Lacy-Nichols gives us the low down on The ‘Grand Challenges’ for Agriculture and Future Food and Nutritional Security, a public lecture by Professor Tim Reeves hosted at the university in late March.