National Ag Day: Let’s Celebrate Wheat!

Today, March 24th, marks the 47th anniversary of National Ag Day! It’s a time to celebrate and reflect on the impact American agriculture has on individuals all around the world, and…

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Happy St. Patrick’s: The Biotech of Beer!

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) has posted a blog on the biotech behind making beer. Below is a snapshot of the blog with a…

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BLOG: NAWG Sits Down with Bayer’s COO of Crop Science Brett Begemann

NAWG Director of Communications Caitlin Eannello recently sat down with Brett Begemann, member of the Executive Leadership Team and Chief Operating Officer for the Crop Science division of Bayer. Based in…

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PRESS RELEASE: NAWG and the National Wheat Foundation Named New Board Officers at the 2020 Commodity Classic

NAWG and the National Wheat Foundation Named New Board Officers at the 2020 Commodity Classic San Antonio, TX (February 27, 2020) – The National Association of Wheat Growers and the…

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PRESS RELEASE: The National Wheat Foundation Officially Opens its 2020 National Wheat Yield Contest

For Immediate Release Contact: Caitlin Eannello, 202.547.7800,  ceannello@wheatworld.org    The National Wheat Foundation Officially Opens its 2020 National Wheat Yield Contest  Washington D.C. (February 18, 2020) – The National Wheat…

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Soil Health Partnership Blog: Wheat sites expand, diversifying SHP program

Wheat sites expand, diversifying SHP program By Maddy Rabenhorst and Keith Byerly on Thursday, 13 February, 2020 As the third largest cash crop in the US, wheat farmers have a major influence…

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Bayer Leadership Program: Access this Benefit as Member of NAWG

While there are many benefits to belonging to a national organization, the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) uniquely offers the chance for its members, at no cost, to participate…

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NAWG: A Look Back at 2019

By NAWG Staff While it has been a difficult year, as our wheat farmers have endured unpredictable weather, delayed harvests, trade uncertainty, and low prices, there have been many bright…

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