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Stewardship2013 Environmental Respect Awards: Call For Nominations
January 8, 2013
The staff at Crop Production Services in Oakland, NE, provides custom solutions to growers, helping them minimize environmental impact and Read More
StewardshipSouth Dakota Wheat Growers Wins 2012 National Environmental Respect Award
August 6, 2012
South Dakota Wheat Growers is honored with the 2012 National Environmental Respect Award at a presentation in Washington, DC. Plus, Read More
Eric Sfiligoj2012 National Environmental Respect Award Winner: South Dakota Proud
July 27, 2012
Situated in the heart of wheat country, Chamberlain, SD, is a long way from most places. In fact, the closest Read More
Eric SfiligojShowing Some Environmental Respect
July 20, 2012
It’s finally here – Environmental Respect Awards week. From July 23 until July 27, dozens of ag retail representatives from Read More
StewardshipWilbur-Ellis Monte Vista: Setting An Environmental Example
July 5, 2012
For state Environmental Respect Award winner Wilbur-Ellis Co., Monte Vista, CO, stewardship is just part of doing business in ag Read More
StewardshipBluestem Aerial Sprayers: An Air Of Respect
July 5, 2012
As a self-proclaimed outdoorsman with a “deep appreciation of wildlife and natural plant life,” Kevin Brown, owner of Bluestem Aerial Read More
StewardshipCPS Americus: Being Secure
July 5, 2012
As a recognized ag industry leader in southwest Georgia, Crop Production Services (CPS), Americus, GA, takes its role as environmental Read More
StewardshipCPS Holtwood: People Power
July 5, 2012
For full-service ag retailer Crop Production Services (CPS), Holtwood, PA, a well-trained field of employees is the driving force behind Read More
StewardshipCPS Kunia: Stewardship In Paradise
July 5, 2012
The Crop Production Services (CPS) retail outfit in Kunia, HI, is in quite the unique situation. Although tourism has always Read More
StewardshipHelena Chemical Alamo: Respect At The Top Of Mind
July 5, 2012
At Helena Chemical Co. in Alamo, TN, environmental respect is always on the mind of Assistant Warehouse Manager Dustin McArthur. Read More
StewardshipSimplot Caldwell: An Earth-First Approach
July 5, 2012
In its first year occupying a new mix plant, J.R. Simplot’s Caldwell, ID, retail outfit is taking environmental stewardship seriously Read More
StewardshipCPS Uvalde: Making Changes To The Environment
July 5, 2012
In September 2006, current Crop Production Services (CPS), Uvalde, TX, Branch Manager Patrick Dodson took the reins of the facility, Read More
StewardshipCPS Delphi: Protecting The Waterways
July 5, 2012
Strategically located smack dab between two of the state’s main waterways, Crop Production Services (CPS) in Delphi, IN, understands explicitly Read More
StewardshipWilbur-Ellis Pasco: Environmental Stewardship Through Preparation
July 5, 2012
At Wilbur-Ellis Co., Pasco, WA, environmental stewardship is as proactive a process as it is reactive, says Operations Manager Roger Read More
StewardshipCPS Wynne: Going The Extra Mile
July 5, 2012
Nestled in the small Arkansas Delta town of Wynne, the Crop Production Services (CPS) offices and warehouses are a shining Read More
StewardshipCPS Union: Environmental Respect In The Heartland
July 5, 2012
An impressive 98% overall score on this year’s Environmental Respect Awards Audit can only mean one thing: Crop Protection Services Read More
StewardshipSouth Dakota Wheat Growers: Respecting The River
July 5, 2012
On its winding path through South Dakota, the Missouri River cuts a wider profile as it flows past the city Read More
StewardshipWilbur-Ellis Leona: Going Beyond What’s Required
July 5, 2012
The bare minimum is seldom sufficient, especially in the world of safety and environmental respect. “We’ve aspired to surpass the Read More
StewardshipCPS Oakland: Good Neighbors
July 5, 2012
When you pull in to the gravel drive at Crop Production Services (CPS) in Oakland, IL, you’re not sure if Read More
StewardshipCPS Pocomoke City: Safeguarding The Watershed
July 5, 2012
Stretching approximately 60 miles from southern Delaware through southeastern Maryland, the Pocomoke River winds through the small town of Pocomoke Read More
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