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CropLife America's State Partners

  • Alabama Agribusiness Council The Alabama Agribusiness Council is the umbrella organization for all aspects of agribusiness. The Council's primary purpose is to work with groups and organizations to effectively promote and enhance the business of agriculture and forestry in Alabama.
  • Arizona Crop Protection Association The Arizona Crop Protection Association (AZCPA) seeks to educate the legislators, regulators, and the public about the crop protection industry. AZCPA provides valuable services to it’s members through lobbying, communication efforts, and events.
  • Arkansas Crop Protection Association The Arkansas Crop Protection Association promotes the discussion, dissemination, and exchange of ideas related to crop protection products and their uses. ACPA supports closer coordination and understanding between the crop protection industry, agricultural business, and governmental, educational and agricultural agencies throughout Arkansas.
  • Agricultural Council of Arkansas The Agricultural Council of Arkansas facilitates the enhancement of profitable and environmentally responsible agricultural communities through credible representation.
  • Western Plant Health Association (California) The Western Plant Health Association (WPHA) represents the interests of fertilizer and crop protection manufacturers, biotechnology providers, distributors and agricultural retailers in California, Arizona and Hawaii. WPHA members comprise more than 90 percent of all the companies marketing plant nutrients, soil amendments, agricultural minerals and crop protection products in California, Arizona and Hawaii.
  • Rocky Mountain Agribusiness Association (Colorado) The Rocky Mountain Agribusiness Association aims to promote and enhance the agribusiness industries in Colorado and adjoining states.
  • Environmental Industry Council of Connecticut The Environmental Industry Council advocates positions and viewpoints concerning pesticide and other environmental matters to enable individuals and the public to form independent opinions and conclusions based on the pertinent facts.
  • Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association The Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association is a not-for-profit trade organization of fertilizer, limestone, agrichemical manufacturers, formulators, distributors, and dealers.
  • Georgia Agribusiness Council The Georgia Agribusiness Council seeks to advance the business of agriculture and promote environmental stewardship to enhance the quality of life for all Georgians.
  • Idaho Council on Industry and Environment  The Idaho Council on Industry and Environment produces activities that target important questions regarding industry and the environment and bring the facts to the attention of decision-makers at all levels.
  • Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association The Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association represents the crop production supply and service industry while promoting the sound stewardship and utilization of agricultural inputs.
  • Agribusiness Council of Indiana The Agribusiness Council of Indiana is a leading advocate for a growing and competitive agribusiness sector in Indiana's economy. ACI achieves this by educating and meeting the needs of their members on the issues that affect their business, the public, and the environment.
  • Agribusiness Association of Iowa The Agribusiness Association of Iowa exists to advocate, communicate and educate on behalf of a professional agribusiness industry. AAI is the voice of Iowa’s grain, feed, fertilizer, and agricultural chemicals industries.
  • Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association The Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association is a volunteer organization whose membership includes over 700 agribusiness firms that are primarily retail facilities supplying fertilizers, crop protection chemicals, seed, petroleum products and agronomic expertise to Kansas farmers.
  • Michigan Agribusiness Association The Michigan Agribusiness Association seeks to further the development and prosperity of businesses engaged in agriculture in Michigan. MAA supports its members by organization meeting with legislators, working with various state agencies.
  • Minnesota Crop Production Retailers The Minnesota Crop Production Retailers promotes the proper use, storage and application of crop production inputs in an environmentally safe and agronomically sound manner. MCPR supports regulatory and legislative initiatives which benefit retailers, manufacturers, distributors and custom applicators of crop production inputs.
  • Minnesota Agri-growth Council The Minnesota Agri-Growth Council is an advocate for the state’s food and agriculture industry. Founded in 1968, the Council is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that represents the shared interests of its 200-plus members, which include food and agriculture businesses, organizations and producers, as well as the service industries that support them.
  • Mississippi Delta Council Mississippi Delta Council is an area economic development organization representing the eighteen Delta and part-Delta counties of Northwest Mississippi. It was organized in 1935, to provide a medium through which the agricultural, business, and professional leadership of the area could work together to solve common problems and promote the development of the economy of the area.
  • Missouri Agribusiness Association Missouri Agribusiness Association is a leading advocate for agriculture while offering services and networking opportunities for the agribusiness community. MO-AG represents the industry to legislators and regulators, offers peace of mind to its members through quality insurance, improves the workforce with education and training and keeps members updated on industry news.
  • Montana Agricultural Business Association Montana Agricultural Business Association seeks to provide proactive leadership to assure the viability of Montana agribusiness. MABA works with Montana government agencies, represents members in the Montana Legislature and with the state’s Congressional delegation; sponsors scholarships for members' children; provides educational and networking opportunities.
  • Nebraska Agri-Business Association The Nebraska Agri-Business Association has been in existence since 1955 representing the industry. The Association was originally formed as the Nebraska Fertilizer Institute, then merging with the Nebraska Ag-Chemical Association in 1979, and five years ago, changing our name to the Nebraska Agri-Business Association.
  • New Jersey Green Industry Council The New Jersey Green Industry Council represents, promotes and defends the interests of its green industry partners through legislative lobbying efforts, education and public relations on both the state and local level.  These efforts are coordinated with, and are an extension to, various national industry trade associations.
  • New York State Agri-business Association The New York State Agri-business Association is a non-profit association representing the agricultural chemical and fertilizer industries. Members include dealers, distributors, basic manufacturers, fertilizer and lime suppliers, seed companies, feed suppliers, consultants and university researchers and educators.
  • North Carolina Agribusiness Council The North Carolina Agribusiness Council raises awareness of the agriculture industry and the significant contribution of agribusiness to North Carolina’s economy to advance agribusiness interests and programs, thereby increasing employment and expanding agribusiness opportunities in North Carolina.
  • Crop Protection Association of North Carolina  The Crop Protection Association of North Carolina keeps the citizens of North Carolina and professionals working in the field of crop protection informed and current concerning crop protection standards, initiatives and product quality.
  • North Dakota Agricultural Association The North Dakota Agricultural Association membership consists of agri-business firms engaged in manufacturing, distribution and wholesaling as well as individuals providing services, farm supply dealers, and retailers of crop production inputs and services. NDAA serves the agri-business communities by representing the membership in timely and innovative education, safety, and legislative efforts.
  • Ohio Agribusiness Association The Ohio Agribusiness Association promotes an active, profitable, and environmentally sensitive professional agribusiness industry by identifying and addressing emerging issues important to its membership. OABA membership includes  manufacturers, and wholesale and retail suppliers of plant nutrients and plant protection materials; the grain warehousing and  marketing industry; the feed industry; the seed industry; companies providing equipment, financing, insurance, consulting and other products and/or services for the agribusiness industry.
  • Oklahoma Agribusiness Retailers Association  Oklahoma Agribusiness Retailers Association promotes an active, profitable, and environmentally sensitive professional agribusiness industry by identifying and addressing emerging issues important to its membership.
  • Oregonians for Food and Shelter Oregonians for Food and Shelter is a pro-active, member-funded, grass roots coalition which works to protect the rights of natural resource based businesses in Oregon.  Its primary focus is protecting those who responsibly use pest management products, soil nutrients and biotechnology from government over-regulation, and issues impacting farmers, foresters and urban businesses relating to natural resources.
  • PennAg Industries Association PennAg Industries Association works to create and maintain an effective, viable and competitive environment for Pennsylvania’s agri-businesses to grow and prosper. This is achieved by monitoring regulations and legislation, networking among agricultural organizations and educating decision-makers on the importance of agribusiness to the communities of the Commonwealth.
  • South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemical Association The South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemicals Association promotes, fosters, and encourages, through education, the proper, correct and safe use of pesticides, plant foods and other related agricultural products.
  • South Dakota Agribusiness Association The South Dakota Agri-Business Association is an organization of crop input professionals that promotes safe and economical crop production. The SDAA is South Dakota's united vote for the promotion of environmental stewardship and educational information for the crop input industry.
  • Tennessee Agricultural Production Association  Established in September 1996, the Tennessee Agricultural Production Association's promotes, coordinates and disseminate information related to current recommended agricultural production practices among those engaged in research, education, manufacture, distribution and regulation of Tennessee agriculture.
  • Texas Ag Industries Association The Texas Ag Industries Association represents over 300 companies and 200 individuals involved in providing inputs to production agriculture in Texas. TAIA represents the industry’s interests at the Capitol and keeps members informed of legislation and regulations.
  • Virginia Agribusiness Association The Virginia Agribusiness Council is a non-profit member organization committed to representing the agriculture and forest industries in the Commonwealth through effective government relations and industry promotion efforts.
  • Washington Friends of Farms and Forests Washington Friends of Farms & Forests is dedicated to promoting environmentally responsible stewardship and science-driven policies.  WFFF serves as a resource and an advocate for pest management and plant health issues by using the latest science to communicate with the media, the public, regulatory agencies and elected officials about the benefits of managing pests to protect our health, our food supply and our environment.
  • Wisconsin Agribusiness Council The Wisconsin Agribusiness Council is statewide business league dedicated to improving the business environment for agriculture in Wisconsin. They continue to educate consumers, legislators, and community leaders on the economic, social and quality of life importance of Wisconsin's agricultural industry.
  • Wisconsin Crop Production Association The Wisconsin Crop Production Association is a nonprofit trade association providing programs, services and representation for Wisconsin’s diverse crop production industry. Involving stewardship, education, business, and government and legislative affairs.
  • Wyoming Ag-Business Association  The Wyoming Agricultural Business Association is a grass-roots organization helping to increase the voice of agriculture and the agriculture sales and service community in local, state and national issues.  WABA members represent agricultural retailers and suppliers, feed and seed dealers, agricultural equipment dealers and manufacturers, and crop protection manufacturers.

 

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