NAWG is the primary representative for wheat growers before the federal government. NAWG and its 22 member-states work to coordinate and implement policy priorities in the following areas: farm policy, conservation, energy, research, trade (on Capitol Hill), biotechnology and others.
Grain Foods Foundation is a venture of members of the milling and baking industries dedicated to advancing the public’s understanding of the beneficial role of grain-based foods.
The Wheat Quality Council works to improve the value of all U.S. wheat classes for producers, millers and processors by advocating the development of new wheat varieties.
The Wheat Marketing Center is a private, non-profit corporation that is a bridge between wheat producers of the Great Plains and the Pacific Northwest and wheat importers throughout the world.
American Institute of Baking (AIB) International is committed to protecting the safety of the food supply chain and delivering high value technical and educational programs.
U.S Wheat (USW) is the industry’s market development organization working in more than 100 countries, funded by producer check-off dollars from 19 state wheat commissions and through cost-share funding provided by USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service. USW also works on trade policy issues before the executive branch.
National Wheat Improvement Committee (NWIC) is a non-profit organization representing public and private wheat researchers. NAWG serves as NWIC’s secretary, and the two organizations work together each year to outline and advocate research priorities. See more about this work here.
IGP is designed to educate foreign business leaders and government officials about U.S. grains and oilseeds through technical training and assistance programs.
North American Export Grain Association (NAEGA) includes private and publicly-owned companies and farmer-owned cooperatives that are involved in and provide services to the bulk grain and oilseed exporting industries.
American Bakers Association (ABA) represents all segments of the grain-based foods industry before the U.S. Congress, state legislatures and domestic and international regulatory authorities.
Wheat Foods Council (WFC) is a nonprofit organization that helps increase public awareness of grains, complex carbohydrates and fiber as essential components of a healthful diet. The Council is supported by wheat producers, millers and related industries.
The IWGSC is an international group of plant scientists and growers dedicated to sequencing the wheat genome to enhance scientists’ knowledge of the structure and function of the wheat genome.
NCI supports regional agriculture and value-added processing by conducting educational and technical programs that expand and maintain domestic and international markets for Northern-grown crops.
North American Millers’ Association (NAMA) is the trade association of the wheat, corn, oat and rye milling industries and is composed of member companies operating mills in the U.S. and Canada.