The 2017 Agricultural Symposium, “Agricultural Consolidation: Causes and the Path Forward” will explore the underlying drivers of consolidation in the industry and potential implications for businesses, consumers, and rural communities.
The 2016 Agricultural Symposium, “Agriculture’s Water Economy” explored the dynamic link between agriculture and water, the role of markets and institutions, and the path forward.
The 2015 Agricultural Symposium, Responding to Future Food Demands, shed light on how global demand for food is changing and the corresponding adjustments being made across food and agricultural supply chains.
The 2013 Agricultural Symposium explored how worldwide investments in agriculture could redraw the landscape of agricultural production and investigate the implications for agricultural competitiveness, trade, and farm prosperity.
The 2011 Agricultural Symposium explored the risks to agricultural profits in the 21st century through discussions on how agriculture will balance global food consumption and production and overhaul renewable energy markets before examining agriculture’s ability to weather unexpected downturns and use risk management strategies in volatile markets.