Planting the seeds: How smart water and climate practices foster resilience and growth

Catch up on what you missed at our first Sustainable Produce Summit – here’s the full video of the session "Planting the Seeds: How Smart Water and Climate Practices Foster Resilience and Growth."

Our world's challenges are interconnected, particularly when it comes to water and climate. But the solutions are linked as well. Learn more about impact water and climate risk can have on businesses and the strategies industry can put in place to build resilient practices for our changing world. 

Emilio Tenuta, senior vice president and chief sustainability officer at St. Paul, Minn.,-based Ecolab, at The Packer’s virtual Sustainable Produce Summit on the importance of water management. Watch the complete session above or read the recap here

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Trust In Food, a Farm Journal initiative, is proud to present the Sustainable Produce Summit in partnership with The Packer. We take Farm Journal’s expertise, data, insights, unparalleled reach and time-honored relationships with growers and put them to work to support financially and environmentally resilient food systems, from farmer to consumer and every step in between. To learn more, visit www.TrustInFood.com.


At Trust In Food, produce sector sustainability—and helping growers succeed—is our business. Through America’s Conservation Ag Movement, we are working with growers in California’s Calleguas Watershed and beyond in partnership with the Farm Journal Foundation, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service and leading agribusinesses, food companies and nonprofit organizations.  To learn more, visit www.AgWeb.com/ACAM.

 
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