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Reinforcing a Food System Under Attack

Reinventing a Food System in Crisis

Technology · Trade · Talent

Our regional and global food systems are subject to increasing strain from climate pressures, resource conflicts, and sociopolitical strife. To improve food security and advance agricultural sustainability, it is vital that we leverage innovative technologies, develop a diverse talent force, and co-create more equitable trade programs. Doing so will better steward our collective resources and forge a more resilient future for food.

Join Us October 11-13, 2022

St. Louis, Missouri

Join us at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center as we celebrate the return of live events. Our beautiful facility creates a unique and intimate venue to learn, connect, exchange ideas and be inspired!

Wherever You Are

Can’t make the trip? No worries! We will provide access to the live action online and via accessible recordings so you can view them anytime, anywhere.

After two successful AgTech NEXT virtual events, we are incredibly excited to welcome you to our annual event at the Danforth Plant Science Center in October! As always, we will curate engaging discussions, share strategic insights, and provide opportunities for action-oriented networking that will inform and inspire our collective work to Reinvent a Food System in Crisis."

Stephanie Regagnon, Executive Director of Innovation Partnerships, Danforth Plant Science Center

Featured Speakers

2022 Speakers

Cynthia Rosenzweig

Cynthia Rosenzweig, PhD

Senior Research Scientist at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies; and World Food Prize Laureate 2022

Vasit Sagan, PhD

Acting Director, Taylor Geospatial Institute, Associate Professor, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Science, Saint Louis University

Julie Borlaug

President, Borlaug Foundation

AgTech NEXT 2021


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In-person event is limited to 300 people.