Since its inception in 1950, NAWG has rightfully prided itself on representing U.S. wheat growers in the matter of regulatory, environmental, production, and research policy that will assist all U.S. growers in maintaining a sustainable operation, no matter where they are geographically located or which class of wheat they prefer to grow. To help accomplish its organizational goals, NAWG and the National Wheat Foundation (NWF) have built effective relationships with various members of the wheat value chain.
Throughout the years, NAWG has provided the industry with partnership opportunities in four levels of engagement. Companies and organizations can achieve these levels through a single-funded NAWG project or a combination of multiple-funded NAWG projects.
The NAWG Wheat Grower Alliances (WGA) is comprised of representatives from our value chain partners who participate in the four levels of WGA engagement. Companies and organizations can achieve these levels through a single-funded NAWG program, project or a combination of multiple-funded NAWG programs or projects.