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Now that’s out of the way, on to the fun stuff! This month, we’re gazing into our crystal ball, taking a look at trends set to transform our food system in the future: from insect-based snacks to robots in the fields. Our agvocate community is already ahead of the curve – lots of them have wasted no time getting to grips with the future of farming and are busy shaking up agriculture around the world.

So as we look to the future, the question we have is: which future agricultural innovation or trend do you think will have the biggest impact? Tweet us your answer @YouthAgSummit
Ag in the concrete jungle
YAS 2017 delegate Brandon Hebor and his business partner Steven are engaging urban populations with agriculture in a novel way: growing food with fish poop! Check out their interview with CBC here
Does science matter?
Teen Vogue caught up with five young women leading the way in agriculture, including YAS 2017 delegate Anna Gomes, who talks about her Ugly Food Market project.  
Canadians in the spotlight
Bayer Canada is shining a spotlight on our Canadian YAS 2017 delegates! Meet Cassandra Hayward who combines her love for agriculture and politics, and Cameron Olson, who’s interested in all things cattle. Then get to know more about urban entrepreneur Brandon Hebor and sustainable beer brewer Alexis Wagner. And it doesn’t stop there: Cameron and Alexis also caught up with Country Guide to share where they think the future of food is headed.
Fresh off the press
Congrats to 2013 YAS alumnus Daniel Kasprowicz! He’s just released his second book, about his experiences treating malnutrition in Madagascar. It's currently only available in Polish – stay tuned for the English translation and release!
The power of 'Talanoa'
Embracing the Fiji word for storytelling, YAS 2017 alumna Pramisha Thapaliya from Nepal joined the UN Climate Change conference in Bonn for their Virtual Talanoa Dialogues. Here, she takes to the stage to discuss how climate change is impacting agriculture
Don’t miss a hot opportunity for budding youth leaders with a passion for global issues: One Young World is hosting their 2018 Summit in The Hague, and they’re looking for recruits! Happening this October, you’ll have the chance to join forward-thinking youth from 196 countries to drive progress on the SDGs. Scholarships are available; find out more here
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