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  • Main message: we grow far up north, where winters are harsh\n
  • Main message: we grow far up north, where winters are harsh\n
  • Main message: we grow far up north, where winters are harsh\n
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  • Sample slides

    1. 1. LANDRY COMMUNICATIONS Tell your story. Change the world. Sample PowerPoint SlidesMaking the simplecomplicated is common;making the complicatedsimple, awesomelysimple, thats creativity.Charles Mingus
    2. 2. Sample slides forthe Sustainable Food Lab
    3. 3. 825 million people are seriously underfed.
    4. 4. 825 million people are seriously underfed. Every five seconds, a child dies of hunger. source: FAO
    5. 5. We produce inexpensive food for therich and expensive food for the poor.
    6. 6. We produce inexpensive food for therich and expensive food for the poor. Food Consumption to Total Consumption Ethiopia 53% Mexico 34% France 15% US 14% source: FAO
    7. 7. How do we turn things around?
    8. 8. www.sustainablefood.org
    9. 9. Sample slides for Stonyfield Farm
    10. 10. “The first rule of tinkering isthat you keep all the pieces.”Aldo Leopold
    11. 11. Another species islost every 20 minutes. source: Counterpart International
    12. 12. global agriculture
    13. 13. 50% of habitable land
    14. 14. 50% of habitable land 70% of fresh water
    15. 15. 50% of habitable land1 billion employed 70% of fresh water
    16. 16. 50% of habitable land 6.7 billion fed1 billion employed 70% of fresh water
    17. 17. Sample slides for Pulse Canada
    18. 18. Western Canada Prairie Agriculture Northern Temperate Production RegionBC Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba
    19. 19. Western Canada Prairie Agriculture Northern Temperate Production RegionBC Alberta Saskatchewan 32 million Manitoba arable ha
    20. 20. Western Canada Prairie Agriculture Northern Temperate Production RegionBC Alberta Saskatchewan 32 million Manitoba arable ha 24 million ha in crop production
    21. 21. Western Canada Prairie Agriculture Northern Temperate Production RegionBC Alberta Saskatchewan 32 million Manitoba arable ha 24 million ha in crop production other wheat pulses barley canola
    22. 22. Pulses = good nutrition.
    23. 23. LANDRY COMMUNICATIONSTell your story. Change the world.Christopher Landry413 522-2494chrislandry100@gmail.comwww.christopherlandry.comwww.theslideclinic.com

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