The National Association of Wheat Growers was founded more than 60 years ago by producers who wanted to work together for the common good of the industry. Today, NAWG works with its 22 affiliated state associations and many coalition partners on issues as diverse as federal farm policy, environmental regulation, the future commercialization of biotechnology in wheat and uniting the wheat industry around common goals.
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Who We Are
Learn more about NAWG’s mission, vision, history and work today.
Learn more about how NAWG grower-leaders make policy and the strategic priorities guiding the Association’s work over time.
Learn more about NAWG’s 22 affiliated state associations and get information about how to join the wheat family.
Learn more about some of the companies NAWG works with to enhance offerings for wheat producers around the country.
Learn more about the internship program NAWG offers throughout the year for college sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Learn more about the NAWG officers and staff and how to get in touch with us.