Category: News
Date published: February 17, 2021

What do resilient plants mean to food production and human health?


Latest webinar in the ‘Plants for life, Plant to survive’ series

Resilience Food Stories’ – a visual platform that focuses on the world of sustainable agriculture and horticulture – will be the featured by webinar organizer, Jungle Talks, during the final webinar of a 3-part series on plant health and resilience on 2 March.

Introduced by Koppert Biological Systems at the end of last year to mark the Year of Plant Health, the series highlights the importance of plant health and how it is linked to human health. Keynote speakers for this session with be the Creative Producer of ‘Resilience Food Stories’ platform, Hanneke van Hintum, and Manager of Public Affairs at East West Seed, Maaike Groot.

‘Resilience Food Stories’ is a storytelling platform that shares the wonder and admiration of the series’ creators concerning the developments and possibilities of sustainable agriculture and horticulture. It shows that only sustainable agriculture and horticulture that make use of natural principles can make food production worldwide healthier, safer, more productive and resilient. The complex worldwide subject of food production becomes a matter of real people and their exciting and hopeful stories, which are extraordinary and inspiring, but also instructive, moving and funny.

This webinar series is facilitated by horticultural webinar organizer, Jungle Talks. If you wish to join this session on March 2, please register via this link.

Did you miss the previous sessions? Watch the recordings here:
Session 1 and session 2