FCS Receives National Recognition for 2023 NACD Friend of Conservation Award
(Sioux Center, IA) – Farmers Coop Society (FCS) proudly announces its recent honorable mention for the national award of the 2023 NACD “Friend of Conservation Award,” recognizing its unwavering dedication to sustainable agriculture practices and environmental stewardship. The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) highlights the exceptional contributions made by FCS in the preservation and enhancement of natural resources, applauding its innovative approach and commitment to long-term sustainability.
“FCS's strategy of "High Road to High Yields" says a lot in a few words. It is rooted in a strong ethic of sustainability and environmental stewardship while developing and enhancing on-farm production,“ Colton Meyer, Sioux County Soil and Water Conservation District noted on his nomination of FCS.
Farmers Coop Society encourages all community members to learn more about our conservation initiatives and commitment to fostering a sustainable agricultural industry for future generations. To find out more information on how FCS is leading the industry in conservation and sustainability alongside their producers, visit www.farmerscoopsociety.com
About Farmers Coop Society:
Farmers Coop Society, a member-owned cooperative with a strong presence across Northwest Iowa and Southeast South Dakota, offers comprehensive agronomy, feed, and grain services. With ten strategically located branches, including the renowned How-to-Building Center in Sioux Center, FCS remains dedicated to serving its patrons and promoting sustainable agricultural practices. For more information, visit www.farmerscoopsociety.com