ST. LOUIS(Mar. 24, 2015) – For those who have been waiting to enter their favorite farm mom into the 2015 America’s Farmers Mom of the Year competition, now is the time! Nominations will be accepted...
Monsanto Company announced today a $400,000 commitment to partner with
and support the efforts of experts working to benefit monarch
butterflies. This comes in addition to the company’s earlier
announcement of a $3.6 million grant to the National Fish and
Monsanto Is The First Company To Contribute To The National Fish And Wildlife Foundation’s Monarch Butterfly Conservation Fund
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and Monsanto Company
announced today a commitment to partner in support of NFWF’s Monarch
Butterfly Conservation Fund. As the first company to contribute to
NFWF’s Monarch Butterfly Conservation Fund, Monsanto will provide $3.6...
March 31 Celebration Marks Official Creation Of New National Monument
Monsanto Company recently donated land, used by the government for the
Honouliuli Internment Camp Site during World War II, to the National
Park Service for a National Monument. Tomorrow Monsanto officials
will attend a private ceremony with local community leaders, the U.S...
Glyphosate has a history of safe use for more than four decades. The overall safety profile of glyphosate has contributed to the adoption of glyphosate-based herbicides in more than 160 countries around the world.
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At the first Walmart Sustainability Product Expo, Monsanto Chairman and CEO Hugh Grant participated in a media call to discuss greater details on two recent companywide sustainability commitments that help address critical challenges in the areas of water and nutrient efficiency. Joining Hugh Grant on the call was Leon Corzine, a fifth-generation family farmer, Michael Doane, Monsanto’s Sustainable Business Solutions Lead, and Maggie Cole, Monsanto’s Global Supply Chain Sustainability Lead.
A lot has improved for farmers and consumers since 1983--the year dr Robert Fraley first revealed research that he and others at Monsanto had genetically modified a plant. This info graphic provides a snapshot of a few things that have improved over the past 30 years.
Year after year, farmers gain valuable insights from their crops and fields. The information helps farmers grow their crops more efficiently, and allows them to make smarter choices as they work to produce more food using fewer resources. That’s why Monsanto’s acquisition of The Climate Corporation fits in with Monsanto’s commitment to produce more, conserve more and improve lives.