Established in April 2009, the Guelph-Wellington Food Round Table (GWFRT) is a network of committed stakeholders from Guelph and Wellington County who support the development of a thriving regional food system that is socially, economically and environmentally sustainable.

Interested in getting involved?

The GWFRT cannot build a thriving regional food system without your help. In 2012, our community partners and volunteers provided over 1,750 human resources hours and over 75 meeting space hours to help us achieve our mission and vision. Think about what we could do with more help from you!

We are always looking to engage with new people and partner with other organizations. Creating a sustainable food system is a collective responsibility, we need your help to leverage our collective resources.

There are a number of ways you can get involved:

Interested in Local Food?

Check out “Choosing local: A film on sustainable local food in the Guelph Wellington community” created by Kristy May, a graduate student in the Master of Arts political science and international development collaborative program at the University of Guelph.  Inspired by the Guelph-Wellington Food Charter Toolkit, this film project contributed to a Communication for Social and Environmental Change course.  The project emphasized participatory processes and engaging the broader community.  This film was recently premiered at GWFRT’s 2013 Spring Gathering.