Let's determine where more money can be made, whether it's from new or unused revenue streams.
Are you unsure about how to engage with technology on your farm? Let me tailor a plan that's right for you.
A short-term project could give you the answers you need to move forward in your operation.
What's the next step? Is there a middle ground? Find out what is right for your scale of food rescue, and improve outcomes for your clients.
Ready to tackle a different group of growers but aren't sure how? Successfully engaging on difficult topics in food is my specialty!
Start here. Allow me to help determine a baseline with fresh produce suppliers, so the reduction can be validated. Check out this article in Supermarket News. Here's the main idea:
"This week, some of the world’s biggest food retailers announced their participation in 10x20x30, a global effort to halve food loss and waste by 2030. Under the initiative, founding partners Walmart, Kroger, Ahold Delhaize, Metro AG, Tesco, Pick n Pay, The Savola Group, Sodexo, IKEA Food and Aeon will each engage with 20 of their top suppliers to cut down on food waste."
Measurement and analysis takes time and resources. Let's make a plan for your region, and with data, you'll know more about the scale needed for effective solutions.
I find that sharing facts is often enough to spur action, and food loss facts can be difficult to parse, especially in agricultural production. Allow me to help engage decision-makers in an informed way.
Very few people have experience in this area. Allow me to sit on your review board, review a journal article, or rank proposals.
Invite a global expert to speak to your organization!
Here is some feedback:
“Lisa is a confident and comfortable speaker and is one of the nation’s experts on post-harvest loss. Her experience and knowledge are a fantastic addition to any conversation about modern agriculture.”
~ Pete Pearson, World Wildlife Fund
Lisa provides clear and practical insights, relates very well to the audience, and provides targeted comments.
~ Kai Robertson, World Resources Institute