To address the monumental challenge of feeding a rapidly growing global population while using fewer resources, Together We Grow is a consortium of modern food and agriculture companies, NGOs, members of academia and the government who have united to focus on building a skilled, diverse and inclusive workforce to make American agriculture a leader for generations to come.

The reality is this: Individually we can make progress, but collectively we can actually see change.

Stories

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To address the monumental challenge of feeding a rapidly growing global population while using fewer resources, Together We Grow is a consortium of modern food and agriculture companies, NGOs, members of academia and the government who have united to focus on building a skilled, diverse and inclusive workforce to make American agriculture a leader for generations to come.

The reality is this: Individually we can make progress, but collectively we can actually see change.

Stories

TWGStory1

To address the monumental challenge of feeding a rapidly growing global population while using fewer resources, Together We Grow is a consortium of modern food and agriculture companies, NGOs, members of academia and the government who have united to focus on building a skilled, diverse and inclusive workforce to make American agriculture a leader for generations to come.

The reality is this: Individually we can make progress, but collectively we can actually see change.

Stories

TWGStory1

Land O’Lakes Empowering Hispanic Employees

Meet Esther from Land O’Lakes, who is working to welcome and retain more Hispanics and Latinos in the agriculture industry.

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Our Members

Industry

ADM

AgCareers.com

Bunge Limited

Cargill

Caterpillar Inc.

CHS Inc.

Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc.

DuPont USA

GROWMARK

Growth Energy

John Deere

Land O’ Lakes

Monsanto

Smithfield Foods

Tyson Foods Inc.

Colleges, Universities, Education Associations


American Association of Public Land Grant Universities

American Indian Higher Education Consortium

Colorado State University

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

Iowa State University

Purdue University

Thurgood Marshall College Fund

Tuskegee University

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

University of Missouri at Columbia

Advocacy, Educational, Social-Service and Not-for-Profits Groups

Agriculture Future of America Association of University Centers on Disabilities

Hiring Our Heroes

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG)

MANRRS

National 4H Council

National Center for Lesbian Rights

National FFA Foundation

National FFA Organization

National Urban League

STEMconnector

Government

National Association of State Departments of Agriculture

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine

USDA

Our Members

If you or your company own or have implemented any diversity and inclusion efforts that have made measurable impact, and that can be adapted or scaled to use at other businesses or organizations, share them here for potential inclusion in this resource library.





News

Monsanto Recognized as Top Company for Women Executives

Monsanto Company has been named to the 2018 National Association for Female Executives, Top Companies for Executive Women list...

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Ag CEOs Join Diversity, Inclusion Initiative

Chief executive officers of several agricultural companies have joined CEO Action for Diversity &...

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ADM Honored with USG Supplier Diversity Award

ADM has been named by USG Corporation as its Diversity & Inclusion Supplier of the Year for 2018. USG presents the award to one supplier every year...

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Thurgood Marshall College Fund is Increasing the HBCU Talent Pipeline Into the C-Suite

In partnership with Thurgood Marshall College Fund, the USDA sought to increase their diversity goals...

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Looking Ahead: Adding Seats to the Table to Diversify the Agricultural Workforce

From the field to the fork, we need diversity in agriculture. I’m proud to say that here at USDA, we are...

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