Ag Voices of the Future Program seeks applicants


ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The American Soybean Association (ASA) and Valent are now accepting applications for Ag Voices of the Future, a program for students, hosted in conjunction with the ASA summer board meeting and Soy Issues Forum July 6-9 in Washington.

Ag Voices of the Future gives college students an inside look at how ag policies are made in Washington, along with education on effective advocacy and the significant legislative, trade and regulatory issues that impact farmers. The program also provides the chance to visit with professionals who work in Washington and learn more about careers related to ag policy. Class size is limited, and students must be at least 18 years old to apply.

Applications are due March 11. To apply, visit

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