At St. John Bosco High School in downtown Guelph, students and staff are well aware of the value of food nutrition.read more
As we build out a digital, circular economy based on agriculture and food security, we will also be building a mechanism to generate value through shared data resources that serve a shared interest.
Governing a Digital Circular Economy, is a concept paper that introduces Guelph-Wellington’s data governance priorities and plans, relating to the Smart Cities Challenge and the agri-food industry.read more
A global transformation has begun — and the City of Guelph and the County of Wellington aim to lead the way to becoming Canada’s first technology-enabled circular food economy.read more
Guelph-Wellington’s circular food economy vision is 50x50x50 by 2025: increase access to aﬀordable, nutritious food by 50%; create 50 new businesses and collaborations; and increase economic revenues by 50% by recognizing the value of “waste”.
Guelph-Wellington is already having an impact, thanks in large part to a not-for-profit program that’s pushing the boundaries of food security innovation: The SEED Guelph.read more