The 2019 Future of Farming side event at CFS is ‘Innovation and Agroecology: A Path to Sustainability.’ Join us to watch panelists discuss the agricultural innovations that are advancing agroecology as a pathway towards sustainable food systems! These include contributions to recycling, resource use efficiency, optimising inputs, diversification, integration, and soil health.
WRITTEN BY Patience's farm is located on the Jere Azara irrigation scheme, Kagarko Local government, in Kaduna State Nigeria. The farm is 500 hectares of leased land and produces two crops annually under center pivot irrigation. They grow mostly seed corn for Monsanto and corn grain for major food processing companies in Nigeria, like Flour Mills of Nigeria. She is the recipient of the 2019 Kleckner Award from the Global Farmer Network and 2018 Cornell Alliance For Science Farmer of the year. She also serves on the Cornell Alliance For Science advisory board. In her short time as a member of the GFN, she has already advocated on major stages, including at The 2019 GES summit, a side event of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Committee of World Food Security in Rome, Italy and at the Future of Farming Dialogue in Monheim, Germany.