Agri-Food Yearbook

Every year the OMAFRA-U of G Partnership produces a special edition of the University of Guelph's long-established Research magazine called the Agri-Food Yearbook. In the Agri-Food Yearbook, we showcase the programs and research that make up the Partnership.

This magazine is published through the Office of Research's well-known SPARK program, and is jointly produced by OMAFRA and U of G staff.

If you would like copies of the current or past Agri-Food Yearbook, please contact KTT Admin.

 
 
Cover of Making an Impact issue of Research magazine

Making an Impact

This sixth edition of the Agri-Food Yearbook, highlighting the OMAFRA-U of G Partnership, focuses on how agri-food researchers are making a positive impact on the health of our communities, our environment and our economy.

Cover of Meeting the Challenge issue of Research magazine

Meeting the Challenge

This sixth edition of the Agri-Food Yearbook, highlighting the OMAFRA-U of G Partnership, focuses on how agri-food researchers are helping the agri-food sector meet the premier's challenge of having the sector provide more jobs and exports.

Cover of Leading the Way issue of Research magazine

Leading the Way

This fifth edition of the OMAFRA-U of G Partnership, Agri-Food yearbook highlights the creative research partnerships that help foster innovation.

Cover of This tobacco yields gold issue of Research magazine

This Tobacco Yields Gold

This fourth edition of the Agri-Food Yearbook, highlighting the OMAFRA-U of G Partnership, focuses on the return on investment through innovation and collaboration.

Cover of Harnessing nature's medicine issue of Research magazine

Harnessing Nature's Medicine

This second edition of the OMAFRA-U of G Partnership, Agri-Food yearbook focuses on sustainability from an economic, social and environmental view point.

Cover of Keen on Green issue of Research magazine

Keen on Green

This first Agri-food yearbook highlights the partnership for research, laboratory and veterinary programs between the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) and the University of Guelph.