UFV, UoGuelph forge agreements with FuelPositive

The University of the Fraser Valley and the University of Guelph have forged new agreements with FuelPositive Corporation. UFV and FuelPositive have signed an agreement that will see UFV Food and Agriculture Institute Director Lenore Newman take on the position of Global Food Security Advisor at FuelPositive, where she will provide guidance regarding controlled environment agriculture that can be used across Canada and across the world. UoGuelph’s Controlled Environment Systems Research Facility has also partnered with FuelPositive to support research on controlled environment agriculture. UoGuelph Professor Michael Dixon and Assistant Professor Thomas Graham will help FuelPositive pilot a controlled environment agriculture project. Financial Post Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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