In cooperation with the Farm Journal Foundation, a wide variety of conservation NGOs, and public and private entities, America's Conservation Ag Movement deploys extensive nationwide outreach and education –empowering farmers to adopt profitable conservation and stewardship practices on their farms. Read below to learn more about our partners.
A Farm Journal initiative. We help farmers enrich soils, protect waters, clear skies and nurture habitats.
The Farm Journal Foundation unites expert policy knowledge with unique communications capabilities to effectively tell the story of modern agriculture role in feeding our world. We combine experiential learning opportunities, peer-to-peer learning and technology to connect people to agriculture and value chain of food creation.
NRCS provides America's farmers and ranchers with financial and technical assistance to voluntarily put conservation on the ground, not only helping the environment but agricultural operations, too. Learn more at Farmers.gov.
Saving the land that sustains us by protecting farmland, promoting sound farming practices, and keeping farmers on the land.
We bring our global presence, deep knowledge and diverse resources so that farms can flourish, moving our world forward.
Ducks Unlimited takes a continental, landscape approach to wetland conservation. Since 1937, DU has conserved more than 14.5 million acres of waterfowl habitat across North America. While DU works in all 50 states, the organization focuses its efforts and resources on the habitats most beneficial to waterfowl.
- Prairie Pothole Region: The most important and threatened waterfowl habitat in North America. Ducks Unlimited works across diverse landscapes that provide a number of services important to both waterfowl and society. Within the Prairie Pothole Region, Ducks Unlimited prioritizes wetlands and grasslands for the high-quality nesting and brood rearing habitat they can provide. Protection for this valuable habitat is achieved through easements and term-limited conservation programs. Learn more.
- Gulf Coast Initiative: Conserving the most critical wintering habitat in North America. The coastal prairies, marshes, and bays of the Gulf of Mexico are among North America’s most productive wetland systems. They are also among the most threatened with more than 90 percent of coastal wetland loss in the lower 48 states occurring here. The North American Waterfowl Management Plan calls for the Gulf Coast habitats of Louisiana and Texas to winter up to 7.3 million ducks, making it among North America’s single-most important wintering areas and one of Ducks Unlimited’s highest conservation priorities. Learn more.
- Mississippi Alluvial Valley: The most significant winter habitat area for mallards in North America. The Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV) represents the historic floodplain of the lower Mississippi River. The MAV is the continent’s most important wintering habitat for mallards and wood ducks, but other species such as gadwall and green-winged teal are also common. Partnering with state and federal partners has allowed Ducks Unlimited to restore and protect key public lands. Learn more.
The National Corn Growers Association is an association that represents and advocates for the interests of corn growers in the United States.
The National Pork Board works towards uniting Pork Producers to build a bright future for the Pork Industry.
Sanderson Farms is the third largest poultry producer in the United States and produces 13.65 million chickens per week.
A leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources.
The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.
Innovative, technological herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, plant growth regulators and other product types for crop production and pest management.