Browse the Agrilinks community to find individuals and organizations working in food security.
United States Joined November 29, 2022
2 posts Sep 21, 2023 - Linking the Cold Chain to Reduce Food Loss and Waste
Amanda Brondy is the Vice President of International Projects at the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA), the leading trade association for the temperature controlled logistics industry. Through its non-profit arm, the World Food...
United States Joined September 21, 2022
5 posts Aug 24, 2023 - PlantVillage’s Innovative Approach: Combating Fall Armyworm for Sustainable Food Security
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Current and Emerging Threats to Crops (CETC) is a five year initiative funded by the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pennsylvania State University through...
United States Joined July 15, 2022
1 post Nov 09, 2022 - Oline Panel: Winter Worries: Impending Concerns for Ukraine's Civilians
I am a motivated journalist and seasoned media and communications executive, boasting a rich 25-year career that spans the globe, with a particular focus on the developing world, and fluent in 12 languages.
United States Joined September 02, 2014
45 posts Jul 05, 2023 - From Training to Innovation: Entrepreneur Develops Tricho-vermicompost Business with Support from IPM Innovation Lab
The IPM Innovation Lab raises the standard of living of people in developing countries by working with them to develop the best solutions to the agricultural challenges they face. In addition to reducing damage caused by pests and...
United States Joined January 31, 2023
5 posts Sep 08, 2023 - Harvesting Change: Challenges and Solutions to Transform Local Food Systems for Improved Nutrition
The Food Systems for Nutrition Innovation Lab (FSN-IL) is a Feed the Future Initiative that is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implements by Tufts University. FSN-IL generates new...
United States Joined May 12, 2021
2 posts Sep 11, 2023 - Reducing Fruit and Vegetable Losses with Clay Pot Coolers: An Ancient Technology for the Current Moment
Eric Verploegen, PhD, is the founder of CoolVeg, a business that disseminates technologies based on evaporative cooling for fruit and vegetable preservation in off-grid dry regions. He has ongoing projects in Mali, Niger, Kenya,...
United States Joined March 02, 2018
3 posts Sep 11, 2023 - Can We Increase Food Safety and Reduce Food Loss and Waste through Complementary Technologies?
Jacob Ricker-Gilbert joined the faculty at Purdue in 2011, after completing his PhD at Michigan State University. Since that time he has built a research program around the theme of increasing agricultural intensification and...