Howard Buffett

businessman, philanthropist and farmer

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Farmer from Nebraska, philanthropist and son of the billionaire Warren Buffett, he manages the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, a private charity focusing on agriculture and hunger; author of 40 Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World

Howard Buffett on KCRW

If you had billions of dollars at your disposal to address world problems, would you be digging in the dirt trying to grow drought-resistant corn and other crops?

One Wealthy Farmer's Crusade to Solve Global Hunger

If you had billions of dollars at your disposal to address world problems, would you be digging in the dirt trying to grow drought-resistant corn and other crops?

from To the Point

Howard Buffet is a Nebraska farmer who focuses on hunger around the world.

Howard Buffett Focuses on Hunger in Los Angeles

Howard Buffet is a Nebraska farmer who focuses on hunger around the world.

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