Scott Kilman, Wall Street Journal reporter and co-author of "Enough: Why the World's Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty," will ask the question of how to bring nutrition and rural development to the farthest reaches and more of Rikin Gandhi of digitalGREEN, Gregg BeVier of The Bill & Linda Gates Foundation, and Bella Mody of the University of Colorado, during a panel discussion at a first-of-its-kind, international agricultural communications symposium.
From start to finish, this unique one-day event will challenge you to join together with both the private and public sector to find solutions that will impact global food security. You'll hear from prominent international and local speakers, from industry thoughtleaders to NGOs and academics.
Join us on Friday, February, 17, 2012, for Food & Agricultural Communications: The Next Frontier, a power-packed symposium.
Register by February 1.
Speakers include: Journalists from the Wall Street Journal, regional and agricultural publications; leading communications academics from California, Kansas, Florida and Illinois; NGO representatives, including Environmental Working Group, International Food Information Council, and US Farmers and Ranchers Alliance; business leaders and more.
Following the symposium, join us for the Gala celebration as we toast the past 50 years with alumni reflections from each decade and highlight the progress and changes in communications.
Friday, February 17, 2012
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
6 p.m to 9 p.m.
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