NCGA offers toolkit to promote renewable fuels

The toolkit helps people promote the Renewable Fuel Standard with policy leaders, environmental groups, businesses and the public. | File photo

The National Corn Growers Association recently expressed concern that the Environmental Protection Agency is not committed to the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) despite it being signed into law. 

As a result, the NCGA has a variety of tools for state affiliates in the corn industry so they can address the problem in a variety of ways. The toolkit helps people talk to policy leaders, environmental groups, businesses and the public to show the work the NCGA has done to defend the RFS. 

This toolkit -- which includes information on trends, lessons learned from state organizations, the NCGA Action App, material samples, timelines, checklists and messaging documents -- was released May 6.

Organizations in this story

National Corn Growers Association 632 Cepi Dr Chesterfield, MO 63005

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20460

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