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Monday, September 8, 2014

Activities Night


Hello OC fans! Please note that Sept. 9-10 is Activities Night at the Shatner Building. We recommend you come see us before 2 pm in order to avoid the crowds. On the upside, we'll be open until 8 pm!

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Fall Reopening Details

Please note that Organic Campus will be open on September 2 at noon at our inside stand, in the Shatner/SSMU building. Come see us then!

Sunday, August 24, 2014

McGill Farmer's Market Opening Soon!

The good folk running the McGill Farmer's Market will have loads of specialty products available every Thursday starting this week, on 28 August. Check out their website here:

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Autumn Semester Reopening!

Hello everyone! If you're aching for a sweet, sweet cinnamon bun or fresh and crisp lentil samosa, then come visit us when we reopen on Tuesday, September 2, 2014, at the start of the fall semester! We'll be outside at the Y-intersection, weather-permitting.

Update in progress

Please note that the Organic Campus blog is currently being updated. Some of the information present across the site might no longer be accurate.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

It's been proven that Organic Campus cinnamon buns keep you warm through the winter...

This upcoming week will be Organic Campus' last week open until we reopen in January! 

We know you're going to miss our delicious local and organic sweet breads, savoury snacks and produce so come by and grab extras for the winter break.

We'll be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12PM-5:30PM.
Our stand can be found in the "Green Corner"of the SSMU lobby (3480 rue McTavish).

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Campus Crops (a great working group of QPIRG) is HIRING! May 10 deadline!!

Campus Crops is now hiring a Garden Coordinator

Position Dates: June 1 - September 15
Hours: 20-25 hours/week
Pay Rate: $ 3000

About Campus Crops:
Campus Crops is an urban gardening initiative at McGill University's downtown campus. For
five years, we have been running a garden behind the McGill School of Environment building
at 3534 University. Three years ago we expanded to the terrace space behind the James
Administration building and built a self-watering container garden. Apart from maintaining
our two garden plots, we also organize workshops, film screenings and other activities. If
you have any questions feel free to email or check out our blog for
what sort of things we've done in the past!

- Day to day operations in the garden: setting gardening hours with volunteers, planting,
building self-watering containers, weeding, harvesting, etc
- Community outreach, recruiting volunteers
- Collaborating with Santropol Roulant's Edible Campus Garden on workshops, events, and
volunteer base
- Preparing a workshop for RadFrosh at the end of August, as well as other workshops
throughout the season
- Liaise with administration on campus (SSMU, SPF, MSE, Grounds, etc.)
- Design and facilitate training for new collective members in the fall (including an overview
of our mandate and consensus based decision-making)
- Prepare a written exit report to be presented to the collective at the end of September

- Ability to work autonomously
- Ability to work with volunteers (able to organize and delegate tasks to volunteers)
- Ability to work in English
- Ability to plan events
- Gardening experience
- Strong organizational skills
- Strong knowledge/interest of food-related political, social, economic and environmental
issues, urban agriculture and/or food preservation
- Commitment to social change and to Campus Crops' mandate of social and environmental
justice and ability to apply this to all aspects of the job

- Familiarity with Campus Crops’ work
- Familiarity with Montreal-area community groups
- Ability to speak French
- Ability to perform the physical tasks involved with garden upkeep

- Knowledge of plant pests & diseases management

Application Deadline:
Please submit your resume by May 10th to There is an option
to submit a brief cover letter explaining your interest in Campus Crops and the position.
Selected candidates will be interviewed from the 13th - 17th.

We welcome a diversity of applicants including those from traditionally marginalized groups,
and we encourage you to mention this in your application.