ARA is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade association that represents the interests of agricultural retailers and distributors across the United States on legislative and regulatory issues. As the political voice for agricultural retailers and distributors, ARA advocates on critical issues, educates legislators and collaborates with regulatory officials on important issues affecting the industry.
TFI is the leading voice in the fertilizer industry, representing the public policy, communication and statistical needs of producers, manufacturers, retailers and transporters of fertilizer. Issues of interest to TFI members include security, international trade, energy, transportation, the environment, worker health and safety, farm bill and conservation programs to promote the use of enhanced efficiency fertilizer.
ResponsibleAg Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 to promote the public welfare by assisting agribusinesses as they seek to comply with federal environmental, health, safety and security rules regarding the safe handling and storage of fertilizer products. The organization provides participating businesses a federal regulatory compliance audit relating to the safe storage and handling of fertilizers, recommendations for corrective action where needed and a robust suite of resources to assist in this regard.
FFAA is a trade association of businesses and organizations with interests in sustaining Florida agriculture. FFAA’s mission is to promote the responsible use of plant protection and plant nutrient products in Florida.
Formed in 1948, Florida Citrus Mutual operates on the cooperative philosophy that together we can accomplish more. Led by a board of 21 member-elected directors, Mutual is a voluntary cooperative association dedicated to helping Florida citrus growers produce and market their crops at a profit. Mutual is looking out for the best interest of the growers every day.
The Georgia Plant Food Educational Society serves as an information conduit between University of Georgia Researchers, Manufacturers, Dealers, Government agencies, and ultimately; growers. The vision, “To Bring Key Players Together On Common Ground” began over a half century ago, and it continues to enhance the exchange of information throughout the industry; and is even more important today than it was back in 1951.
The International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE) is a tax-exempt professional body founded in 1974 to advance the science and art of explosives engineering.. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, it is the primary international organization for explosives engineers.