Join more than 500 food and agricultural supply chain leaders and experts at the 2019 Sustainable Agriculture Summit, Accelerating Progress: A Roadmap for Sustainable Agriculture, Nov. 20-21 in Indianapolis.
The fifth annual event will explore key drivers in defining and advancing sustainability across the food and agriculture industries, and surface innovative pathways and solutions to scale up positive impact. Collectively, U.S. agriculture can create a roadmap for how global food and agriculture production will meet the challenge of the 21st century – producing more with less while staying economically profitable and preserving finite natural resources in a changing climate.
At this year’s summit, dynamic leaders and voices shaping sustainable agriculture’s most pressing conversations will be present, including:
- Corby Kummer, senior editor, The Atlantic, will serve as master of ceremonies.
- Zach Johnson and Mitchell Hora, farmers and hosts of APM’s Field Work – a podcast about sustainable agriculture aimed at farmers – will lead a dialogue about the complexity of meeting consumers’ sustainability demands and how supply chain drivers get translated upstream to farmers.
- Amanda Little, Vanderbilt University professor, award-winning investigative journalist and author of The Fate of Food, will explore how we will feed a growing global population in an era of climate change.