NCGA Symposium focuses on service, growth and engagement

NCGA goals include engaging growers through technology. 
NCGA goals include engaging growers through technology.  | File photo

The National Corn Growers Association’s (NCGA) Member Symposium took place last week in Santa Fe, New Mexico, allowing state affiliates and grower volunteers to learn about opportunities and challenges facing the association in growing and serving the organization.

“This was a great opportunity to bring together people who are working day in and out to build and serve membership throughout the country,” NCGA Grower Services Action Team Chairwoman Patty Mann, a grower from Ohio, said. “NCGA and its affiliates have always been forward-thinking and dedicated to increasing membership – and increasing member support and activity. These meetings help people from around the country share ideas and best practices to benefit all the organizations.”

The members' goals include growing the association, building member diversity and engaging growers through technology. 

Following the symposium, the NCGA Grower Services Action Team will have its own meeting to discuss membership, leadership and communication. The 15 states represented in the NCGA Member Symposium were Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin. 

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