Council of Producers & Distributors of Agrotechnology and CropLife America Announce New Collaboration

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Council of Producers & Distributors of Agrotechnology (CPDA) and CropLife America (CLA) signed a new agreement that lays out a roadmap for how the organizations will work together to promote a common vision for the future of agricultural innovation and technology. The agreement defines areas of collaboration that will better serve CPDA & CLA’s member companies through improved program and message coordination.

“American agriculture is undergoing incredible change. From grappling with the effects of a changing climate to industry mergers, the country’s farmers and the agriculture industry need support and stability,” said Chris Novak, CLA’s president and CEO. “By working even more closely together, CPDA and CLA can help ensure that effective pesticide and adjuvant tools are available for farmers and consumers. We are excited to begin this new chapter with CPDA.”

“CPDA is thrilled to partner with CLA as a service to our members and the larger agricultural community,” noted Gary Halvorson, president of CPDA. “This partnership brings together more of the supply chain to ensure that we are aligned on issues of common interest. Working together, we can better navigate the challenges facing our customers and our member companies.

Sarah Macedo