Sourcewell® (formerly The National Joint Powers Alliance) is a national public service agency committed to serving its Members nationally and locally through a variety of valued programs. As a public agency, they are committed to providing cooperative purchasing solutions that assist Government and Education entities as they strive for efficient public service.
The Kansas Livestock Association (KLA) is a trade association representing 5,600 members on legislative and regulatory issues. KLA members are involved in all segments of the livestock industry including cow-calf, feedlot, swine, dairy, and sheep.
GEAPS (Grain Elevator and Processing Society) offers a variety of programs and services, but it’s really about people. Members. It’s the individuals who plan, develop, coordinate and execute those programs and services that really drive the organization. Our members are grain-industry professionals, so they know how to keep GEAPS focused on what’s important–the issues, concerns, and challenges that they face every day.
The American Public Works Association (APWA) Iowa recognizes, appreciates and fosters the synergy, which is created when the work environment values the differences in individuals and practices inclusiveness and open communication.
The American Public Works Association (APWA) National recognizes, appreciates and fosters the synergy, which is created when the work environment values the differences in individuals and practices inclusiveness and open communication.
The grassroots of the ICA (Iowa Cattlemen’s Association) is made up of county organizations. There are 97 active county organizations involved in a wide variety of activities throughout the year, including grilling beef products at local events, sponsoring market outlook meetings or working at the county fair.
The Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska (A-FAN) is a non-profit organization formed by leading agricultural membership groups. These groups understand that livestock production is a critical component to Nebraska’s future providing vitality and opportunity for rural communities, adding value to Nebraska’s agricultural output and energizing the economy of the entire state.
For 11 days in August, it’s a fairground, but for the other 354 days of the year, the Iowa State Fairgrounds is home to auto shows, livestock exhibitions, flea markets, antique shows, concerts, trade shows and more.