MEMBERSHIP AND PROGRAM INFORMATION
For membership in the Arkansas and American Soybean Association dues are $75 for 1 year or $175 for 3 years. 
Join online at www.soygrowers.com.  

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ASA Membership Benefits
ASA has introduced a number of new membership benefits this year that add  tremendous value to your membership. To take advantage of these new programs, you just need to belong to ASA and your state soybean association!


-Discounted Cabela’s Gift Cards
-Save Cash on Your next Vehicle Purchase
-College Scholarship Program


As a member of ASA and your state soybean association, you also receive these benefits:

-Be heard with policy representation and advocacy in Washington, DC and your  state capital 

-Save cash through free or discounted registration to educational workshops and seminars 

-Attend Commodity Classic for less, thanks to discounted registration to the premier trade show and conference for the soybean industry 

-Stay informed with a full year's subscription to the ASA Today newsletter 

-Keep current with the ASA Leader Letter, a weekly newsletter delivered via e-mail 

-Gain inside information with access to the members-only section on the ASA   website (SoyGrowers.com) 










Apply here​

​Seeking Applicants for the 2018-19 Young Leader Program

ST. LOUIS, MO. (June 20 2018) –The American Soybean Association (ASA) and Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont are seeking applicants for the 2018-19 Young Leader Program.

The Young Leader Program, sponsored by Corteva Agriscience™ and ASA, is a two-phase educational program for actively farming individuals and couples who are passionate about the future possibilities of agriculture. The women and men who participate in this program will be the leaders that shape the future of agriculture.

"My experience in the ASA DuPont Young Leader program was pleasantly unexpected. From the various socialtraining methods utilized and education on soybean policy, the time spent with my classmates far exceeded all expectations. Based on the common bond of soybeans, my colleagues discussed local issues affecting our regions and the current state of global trade. With the second phase of training held in conjunction with the Commodity Classic, seedling acquaintances germinated into lifelong friendships and the importance of U.S. soybean advocacy was reinforced. I am grateful for the cornerstone to build a role in soy involvement,” said Charlie Roberts (TN), Class of ‘18.

Phase I of the 2018-19 Young Leader program will take place in Johnston, Iowa, Nov. 27 - 30, 2018. The program continues Feb. 26 – Mar. 2, 2019 in Orlando, Florida, in conjunction with the annual Commodity Classic Convention and Trade Show.

“The Young Leader Program is among the most impactful training programs in agriculture, recognizing the value of engaging and encouraging a diverse agricultural leadership. The training allows participants to realize their leadership potential and create meaningful relationships with other growers from the U.S. and Canada, improving collaboration throughout the industry,” said ASA President John Heisdorffer, a farmer from Keota, Iowa. “We can’t thank Corteva Agriscience™ enough for their longstanding support and commitment to building strong, passionate agricultural leaders.”Soybean grower couples and individuals are encouraged to apply for the program, which focuses on leadership and communication, the latest agricultural information and the development of a strong peer network. Spouses, even those not employed full-time on farm, are encouraged to attend and will be active participants in all elements of the program.

ASA, its 26 state affiliates, including the Grain Farmers of Ontario and Corteva Agriscience, will work together to identify the top producers to represent their state as part of this program. “America’s farmers provide the strongest voice for, not only agriculture, but also for rural America. We are proud to support the young leader program, which is developing the next generation of grower leaders and advocates for U.S. agriculture,” said Matt Rekeweg, U.S. Industry Affairs Leader,
Corteva Agriscience™.

Applications are being accepted online now. Interested applicants should click here for additional program information and to apply.
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The American Soybean Association (ASA) represents U.S. soybean farmers on domestic and international policy issues important to the soybean industry. ASA has 26 affiliated state associations representing 30 soybean producing states and more than 300,000 soybean farmers.

For more information contact:
Christine Luelf, Director, Leader Development & Affiliate Relations, 314-754-1291, [email protected]












  
 
Conservation Legacy Awards
DEMONSTRATE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
ENTER THE 2015 CONSERVATION LEGACY AWARDS
 
The American Soybean Association (ASA), Monsanto and Corn & Soybean Digest invite you to submit an application to the 2015 Conservation Legacy Award Program. We want to hear your story of conservation on your farm.
 
Awards are given in three regions: Midwest, Northeast and South. Of the three regional winners, a national winner is selected. All winners and a spouse/guest receive an expenses-paid trip to Commodity Classic, where the awards will be presented. The 2015 Commodity Classic is in Phoenix Arizona. Winners will also be featured in the Corn & Soybean Digest.
 
To learn more about the Conservation Legacy Awards program, its regions and to download an application online go to www.soygrowers.com and click on the Awards link. The American Soybean Association encourages soybean farmers to share their conservation story. The deadline for submitting an entry is September 30, 2014. For more information, contact ASA Project Manager, Byron Keelin at 314-754-1355 or e-mail [email protected].  You can also download a brochure and application here.