From local volunteer fire departments and school boards to national volunteer organization leadership roles, we are involved and committed to a healthy environment and solid communities that nurture and support individuals and families in worthwhile living.
The boundaries between suburban and rural and between “the city” and “the farm” continue to blur as our population grows. One can no longer farm, do business or plan for future development without this awareness and respect for the relationships and interdependencies between agriculture, communities and the environment.
We believe it is essential to be good environmental and community stewards. We encourage and support our employees to be active members of local, regional and national organizations that promote environmental and community values, and to serve in leadership positions whenever possible.
We conduct informational exchange meetings with agribusiness leaders from all over the world who visit us to learn more about our operations and how we carry out our commitment of environmental stewardship and regulatory compliance.