The Sustainable Food Supply Foundation was founded on October 7, 2013 in Delft. The foundation aims to develop and to perform and / or support activities that foster sustainable supply of food, energy and water at home and / or abroad and do justice to the interests of both large and small agricultural enterprises and to agro-ecology, environment and biodiversity. The foundation seeks to achieve this goal by raising funds and other forms of funding for the activities and / or investments.
Bertus Buizer, chairman
Is agricultural engineer and raised on an arable farm in the Northeast Polder in The Netherlands. He worked as a project manager for agricultural projects in Africa (Cameroon and Chad) for 6.5 years. In the Netherlands he was as a consultant one of the pioneers in the field of integrated farming. For many years, he also focuses on organic farming and sustainable energy.
Bertus is director of
Buizer Advies B.V. – sustainable agriculture and energy
Martin Visser, secretary
Is agricultural engineer and biologist. Having worked first as a teacher of biology, since 1986 he is active in organizing courses, conference advices and knowledge transfer in sustainability in a wide context: circular economy, sustainable renovation, sustainable regional development, sustainable water – and soil management and sustainable water, energy and food supply.
Martin is director of
EURECOM (European Environmental Communication) B.V.