A panel discussion at a past Iowa Hunger Summit. This year’s event on Sept. 1 will be one day and fully virtual. Photo: World Food Prize Foundation
International leaders involved in confronting hunger will speak and lead discussions at the annual Iowa Hunger Summit on Sept. 1. The event, hosted by the World Food Prize Foundation, will be fully virtual. Free registration opened this week. Sessions will focus on “transformations within our food systems and the changes needed to end hunger and food insecurity in our state,” organizers say.
The keynote speech session will begin at 9 a.m. and last until about noon, followed by two breakout sessions at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Things close with a final session at 3 p.m. Find registration information and a schedule here.
Iowa Stops Hunger is a Business Publications Corp. initiative to bring awareness and action to food insecurity in Iowa.