The Ag Coast of America is expanding to lead the world in addressing global food security concerns. Strategically located in the center of the world’s agriculture production, the bi-state St. Louis region is recognized as a world leader in agtech research, commercialization and grain barge handling capacity.  Join the Agribusiness Club on Thursday, December 12, and learn more from speakers include Janet Wilding, Vice President of 39 North and Major Projects at the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, and Mary Lamie, Executive Vice President of Multimodel Enterprise for Bi-State Development. With the world population expected to exceed 10 billion people by 2050, the need for efficient production and movement of food is more critical than ever. Meeting that need has become a unifying mission for three organizations in the St. Louis region – St. Louis Regional Freightway, the World Trade Center and 39 North. Collectively, they aim to increase global agriculture production by cultivating the ecosystem within an expanded Ag Coast footprint that encompasses the region’s unmatched concentrations of talent, capital, facilities, agtech companies and producers. Register here