Lesley Nakonechny

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Graphic Designer, Create by Issues Ink - Lesley graduated from Winnipeg’s Red River College with a diploma in graphic design. She gained experience as a production artist in the print industry before becoming layout editor for a newspaper servicing Manitoba’s vibrant Icelandic community. Her solid graphic design background in publications and advertising enables Lesley to produce top-quality work for Issues Ink publications and its many marketing projects.

VOLUME 7 ISSUE 3 – High Goals

Cannabis sativa, what a versatile crop! It is often grouped in two segments: on the one hand, there are cannabis varieties that contain less...

VOLUME 7 ISSUE 1 – Not Just for the Silly Season

Politics and food are very intertwined these days, and every region of the world is grappling with many issues, from trade wars to regulation...

VOLUME 6 ISSUE 4 – A Ten-Thousand Year Old Multitasker!

Quiz: Which crop is the 4th largest grain crop in the world? Hint: it is the crop that is the base of one of...

VOLUME 6 ISSUE 3 – THE MAN BEHIND THE MYTH

The European elections are behind us and the dust is settling. Thinking about the future of the European agricultural sector, there’s a lot at...

Why You Need to Quit Using Your Wedding Photo as Your Headshot

As a graphic designer, I’m often sent headshots to use in our magazines or online. I’ve seen some great photos cross my desk, as...

VOLUME 6 ISSUE 2 – SEE EU LATER – THE SEED SECTOR’S TAKE ON BREXIT

The impact of Brexit on agriculture, the seed sector and adjacent providers, such as the crop protection industry will be manifold. Major challenges include...

VOLUME 6 ISSUE 1 RESEARCH & INNOVATION – IS THE MONEY WELL SPENT?

The world is a better place than it ever was. And why is it better than before? Innovation! Fortunately for mankind we have a...

VOLUME 5 ISSUE 4 – EU AND AFRICA – A GOOD NEIGHBOUR IS BETTER THAN A FAR FRIEND

The EU is Africa’s biggest trading partner, accounting for 36% of Africa’s trade in goods, worth €243.5 billion in 2017, compared to China with...

VOLUME 5 ISSUE 2 – PROTECTING YOUR ASSETS – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND BEYOND

Plant breeders on average spend between 12 to 15% of their turnover back into research and development, which is higher than most other industry...

VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1 – PLANT BREEDING INNOVATION – BRINGING SCIENCE BACK TO THE FOREFRONT

Science and progress in plant breeding are moving so rapidly that we wonder if producers - as well as consumers, and especially regulators -...