Peter Stanbury and Ian Welsh discuss some of the initial insights from Innovation Forum’s action research group that’s examining the challenges facing smallholder farms and their communities. The sheer scale of the issues remains enormous – with vast scope for sharing lessons-learned between supply chains to make them more resilient. Stanbury argues the case for significantly more, smarter, collaboration to join up all the piecemeal initiatives and innovation across different sectors and jurisdictions.
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