Washington, D.C. – The National Association of Wheat Growers is partnering with FLM+, a strategic marketing and communications company, to work with the organization’s farmer leaders in communicating its vision of advancing wheat through advocacy, alliances and innovation.
“NAWG is dedicated to increasing the profitability of growing wheat by making it competitive with other crops, improving wheat technology and helping the wheat grower better manage risk, “ said NAWG Chief Executive Officer Jim Palmer. “FLM+ understands agriculture and has an excellent track record of working successfully with farmer-leaders across the country.”
About NAWG: The National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) is a federation of 22 state wheat grower associations that works to represent the needs and interests of wheat producers before Congress and federal agencies. Based in Washington, D.C., NAWG is grower-governed and grower-funded, and works in areas as diverse as federal farm policy, trade, environmental regulation, agricultural research and sustainability.
About FLM+: FLM+ is a strategic marketing and communications company serving clients who specialize in the business of agriculture and the life of rural communities. The more than 50 affiliated team members of FLM+ are focused on Wide open thinking™ (www.wideopenthinking.com) and are located in Minneapolis, MN; Columbus, OH; Washington, D.C.; Indianapolis, IN; Chicago, IL; Des Moines, IA; and Sioux Falls, SD.