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What’s Next for Sustainable Agriculture?


Duration:75 minutes


Across the food and agriculture supply chain, stakeholders are coming together to find new ways to ensure food security, advance sustainable development, address climate change, and safeguard biodiversity. This session will explore how producers, NGOs, governments and more are working together to launch new solutions, from advancements in regenerative agriculture to sustainable, plant-based products, that are strengthening the resilience of the global food system and ensuring an abundant future. 




Katy Askew

Senior Editor - Host


Katy Askew is a business journalist who has written about the global food industry for more than a decade. She joined FoodNavigator as editor in 2017. Prior to this, she worked across various print and online publications. Katy’s areas of interest include market trends, sustainability issues and corporate development.

Will Cannon


State of Iowa

Will Cannon is farmer in the state of Iowa growing corn and soy. He practices no-till, strip till and cover cropping practices and uses GPS technology for data-driven insights.

Sarah Carlson


Practical Farmers of Iowa

Sarah Carlson is an Agronomist and the Strategic Initiatives Director at Practical Farmers of Iowa where she leads research for crops and small grains.

Margaret Henry

Director, Sustainable Agriculture


Margaret Henry is the Director of Sustainable Agriculture at PepsiCo where she works on the company’s strategy to reduce greenhouse gases, improve water use, and improve livelihoods and human rights in agricultural regions around the world.

Greg Morris

SVP & President AS&O


Greg Morris is president of ADM’s Agricultural Services and Oilseeds business unit, and a member of the company’s Executive Council. In his role, Morris is responsible for the company’s agricultural origination, global trading, transportation and oilseeds processing businesses.

Debbie Reed

Executive Director

Ecosystem Services Market Consortium (ESMC)

In her role as Executive Director of ESMC, Debbie Reed draws on decades of experience in agriculture climate change mitigation and sustainability efforts at the national and international level.

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