Farmvision Festival on May 6

Research, Campus, Studies |

What will food production of the future look like? At the Farmvision Festival, the Hans Eisenmann-Forum für Agrarwissenschaften and its partners at the Weihenstephan Campus present sustainable, innovative and exciting ideas. Researchers from various scientific institutions in Freising will show the latest from their work.

Festival of innovative food production at the TUM Weihenstephan Campus

  • Farmvision Festival offers insight into current research projects.
  • Food production of the future can be experienced through numerous activities.
  • Varied program for young and old.

The Hans Eisenmann-Forum für Agrarwissenschaften invites you to the Farmvision Festival on May 6, 2023 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Weihenstephan Campus of the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Numerous activities and lectures will provide an insight into the future of food production: What is agriculture doing to become more sustainable? How is arable farming being made fit for climate change? How do plants from peatlands become packaging? These and many other questions about the future are the focus of numerous hands-on activities at the Farmvision Festival. Visitors can also discover innovative technologies such as vertical farming and TUM's experimental farms. In addition to TUM researchers, partner institutions such as the Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft (LfL), EIT Food and the Fraunhofer-Institut  für Verfahrenstechnik und Verpackung are also involved. For the little ones, there will be a tractor bouncy castle, a robotics course and milking competitions. Food trucks will cater for the physical well-being.

Further information:
Hans Eisenmann-Forum für Agrarwissenschaften
Program flyer

Rosalie Willnow
Technical University of Munich
Hans Eisenmann-Forum für Agrarwissenschaften
Tel. +49 8161 71 3424

Contact at the TUM Corporate Communications Center:
Magdalena Eisenmann
Media Relations Officer
Tel. +49 8161 71 6127