We all face the long-term issues of preserving natural resources, and soybean growers are no exception. The challenge is to find a balance between ag production, conservation and feeding the world. 

Soybean growers are using fuel to produce their crops, but the crops themselves are part of alternative fuel production. Biodiesel is growing in popularity, and it plays an important role in local economies.

The soybean industry wants U.S. soy to be recognized as the best: incredible yields, excellent quality and, of course, highly profitable.

ISA is excited to provide an opportunity to our corporate partners to network in the areas of soybaen value chain development, research and legislation. Parnters will be able to connect with our ISA farmer-members and Illinois soybean farmers. Throughout the document, there are six different levels that offer different benifits. These levels include executive, principal, core, associate, affiliate and support. 

Illinois Chamber of Commerce Infrastructure Council Report

September 2014

Chris Walsh's presentation from the 2014 ISA Sustainability Showcase Farm Event.

Mike Plumer's presentation from the 2014 ISA Sustainability Showcase Farm Event.

Jennifer Filipiak's presentation from the 2014 ISA Sustainability Showcase Event.

David Droste's presentation from the 2014 ISA Sustainability Showcase Event.

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