Students enrolled in Ag. + Envr. Sciences, Bioresource Engineering, and FMT are all members of AESUS. We aim to organize events and activities to provide a meeting space for students, professors, and those in the Agricultural and Environmental field.
Every Ag.Econ student is part of this group of fun-oriented, enthusiastic students. The club seeks to strengthen connections between students of this program, furthering knowledge of agricultural economics and provide a platform for communication.
L'Association des futur(e)s agronomes du Québec (AFAQ) est un club qui a comme mission d'assister et de représenter les étudiants du programme d'agronomie de McGill. L'AFAQ fait le lien entre les élèves et l'Ordre des Agronomes du Québec.
Committee for Environmental Responsibility, Education and Sustainability/Comité étudiant pour une responsabilité environnementale et sociale (CERES)
This is the Mac Environmental Club, with projects in energy consultancy, zero-waste, ecological landscaping, elementary school environmental education, responsible purchasing, and anything else you bring to the table!
The Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (FAES) is at the forefront of advances in applied bioscience, food, nutritional and environmental sciences research and teaching. Located at the Mac Campus.
The Mac Farm Educational Program gives students a chance to share their knowledge by creating educational modules and teaching agri-environmental sciences, in a hands-on way, to students and youths from the West Island.
Green Drinks-Ste-Anne is a monthly environmental forum for people to get together, exchange ideas and help start collaborative work. Green Drinks is a part of a network of over 600 chapters. We have monthly guest speakers and films.
A club dedicated to helping hungry bellies and saving the environment, one delicious meal at a time!
The Macdonald Campus Robotics club is club for students eager to learn about electronics, coding and computer modelling. We offer tutorials and design sessions that help students develop hands-on skills that they can later make use of in the workplace.
The Macdonald Campus Students' Society (l’Association des étudiants du Campus Macdonald) represents the interests of all diploma and undergraduate students of the Macdonald Campus of McGill University.