Members of the American Soybean Association (ASA) Action Partnership met in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to study ways of fortifying the soybean industry.
The ASA Action Partnership (ASAAP) focused on pollinator habitats within the larger global framework of
agricultural economics at its August gathering. Serving as discussion leaders were ASA Directors Wayne Fredericks of Iowa and Bill Gordon of
Minnesota, with ASA Director Jerry Bambauer of Ohio serving as moderator. Discussion also included a
variety of issues affecting the soybean industry’s affiliates along with farmers’
ASAAP, a cooperative program open to
all industry stakeholders that provides a forum
for communication among associated state and national level entities as well as
industry partners and growers, has slated its next meeting is slated for March 2017.
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