Brandon Hardenbrook 
Pacific NorthWest Economic Region 


Food for the Future: The Long Term Implications of COVID-19 on Food Supply 

Over the past few months we have witnessed many unforeseen impacts of COVID19 on food production, processing and supply chains. Many of these short term impacts will continue to have cascading effects across our agriculture sectors for many months and years to come.

  • What are the long term implications of COVID19 on our food supply? 
  • What steps are being taken to ensure we have high levels of food safety during the crisis and beyond? 
  • How will COVID19 impact trade and exports? 
  • What are success stories and best practices that have taken place in your jurisdiction?

Moderated by Patrick Kole, Idaho Potato Commission

Speakers include:

  • Hon. David Marit, Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture
  • Dr. Tahnee Szymanski, Assistant State Veterinarian, Montana
  • Ryder Lee, CEO, Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association
  • Representative Mary Dye, Washington State Legislature