These 35+ speakers and panelists will lead our discussions about building a bright future for food leadership and innovation at the 2018 Food Tank Summit in Washington, D.C.
For decades, Moyer has helped develop new techniques and invent new tools to support organic methods. Food Tank had the opportunity to talk with him about organic farming and the future of agriculture.
Focusing on the well-being and improved lives of West African farmers, Ndidi Nwuneli talks about passion and seeking change in her local state and throughout West Africa.
BCFN Alumni Emanuela Pille da Silva and Anabel González Hernández are using soil microbes and plant microorganisms to monitor and aid the recovery of degraded lands.
Applications are now open for the Food Sustainability Media Award, which recognizes excellence in reporting and communicating issues related to food security, sustainability, agriculture, and nutrition.
Spanning an array of topics, such as land and culinary justice, the rise of the organic food movement, and immigrant and transnational cuisine, Food Tank’s Winter Reading List will help fuel your passion for sustainable food.
Marcos Ezequiel Filardi founded Buenos Aires’ Museo del Hambre with hope that hunger will one day be found only in a museum.
2017 was an exciting year for Food Tank, and we’re looking forward to more progress and sharing more interesting food and agriculture stories in 2018! Here’s a look at some of the organizations we think we’ll be talking more about.
Scholar, advocate, and trusted advisor Dr. Calestous Juma wrote extensively on the environment, biotechnology, education, artificial intelligence, and politics. At his death, he was a beloved faculty member at the Harvard Kennedy School.
After 11 years at the helm, Susan Ungaro is stepping down from the role of president of the James Beard Foundation (JBF). Food Tank had the opportunity to sit down with Ungaro ahead of her departure from the Foundation and discuss the elements of her legacy that she is most proud of, the challenges