The heart of the National Wheat Foundation’s work is in the outreach to wheat growers and industry through Foundation projects and programs. We are proud to offer a variety of opportunities that advance the wheat industry through research, education and collaboration.

National Wheat Yield Contest

NWF created the National Wheat Yield Contest to increase U.S. wheat growers’ productivity, enable knowledge transfer between growers, urge experimentation with new technologies and identify top wheat producers in each state

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National Wheat Action Plan

Farmer-leaders developed a National Wheat Action Plan to serve as a catalyst to increase public and private wheat research, and improve wheat productivity and farmer profitability.

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Leadership Training

The Foundation has historically played a key role in training the next generation of wheat leaders. NWF currently works with our industry partners to host four leadership training programs annually.

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Education & Scholarships

NWF is passionate about grower, student and consumer education. We currently offer an undergraduate scholarship and regularly sponsor educational activities.

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Wheat Growers Building

The National Wheat Foundation owns and manages the upkeep of the Wheat Growers Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

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Future Projects

We’re excited about the possibilities for future programs that advance the efforts of the wheat industry. NWF is currently seeking partners large and small for new projects within our mission areas of education, research coordination and outreach.

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Support the Foundation

The work of the Foundation is made possible through the continued collaboration, participation and sponsorships from allied partners, wheat growers, and our industry sponsors. There are several ways to support NWF projects and programs.

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