How can the most productive agricultural system on earth compete in a global marketplace? What
technologies are improving productivity, profitability and environmental outcomes in U.S. food production? How can the players up and down the food production chain collaborate for more successful outcomes for all? How can the industry as a whole earn and strengthen the public’s trust in agriculture?
These questions and more will be addressed at the 2019 Sustainable Agriculture Summit, November 20-21, Indianapolis, Ind. “Accelerated Progress: A Roadmap for Sustainable Agriculture,” promises to address how U.S. agriculture can deal with “producing more with less, while staying economically profitable and preserving finite natural resources in a changing climate.”
More than 500 food and agriculture supply chain leaders and experts are expected to attend the two-day event, which also will include the following pre-conference partner meetings on November 19:
- Dairy Sustainability Alliance® Fall Meeting
- Field-to-Market General Assembly Meeting
- Field-to-Market Sustainability Leadership Awards Ceremony and Reception
Learn more about the Summit by viewing this video.
Registration information can be found here.