COLORADO CORN ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE 2023 ACTION TEAMS
Would you like to be considered for a position on a Colorado Corn Administrative Committee Action Team for 2023? Here is your chance. Action Teams (A-Teams) are an integral part of the CCAC that dive into the issues impacting the corn industry in Colorado. A-Teams members will be appointed in late November/early December with the term starting January 1, 2023 and continuing through December 31, 2023. The A-Teams will meet four (4) times per year on a quarterly basis.
Your service on an A-Team provides a substantive program and communication foundation for the CCAC to strengthen the work accomplished on behalf of Colorado corn producers.
Applications must be completed and returned to the state office by Wednesday, December 14, 2022.
An application for producers to be considered for positions on CCAC Action Teams for 2023 is below.
Positions are available for the following Action Teams:
Issues & Engagement Action Team: A producer lead A-Team supporting strategic producer education and engagement related to key industry issues, reputation management strategies, and strategic partner relationships. This A-Team will be investing checkoff funds into projects that raise producer and key opinion leader awareness in industry advancements in sustainability and regulatory issues impacting corn farmers.
Market Development Action Team: Responsible for supporting strategic promotions, outreach programs, projects and collaborations focused on innovative market development that leverages checkoff funds to find new uses for corn as to preserve, maintain, and increase both domestic use and export demand.
Research Action Team: Overseeing investment of checkoff funds into projects that advance new technology and efficient production methods, all while reducing corn’s environmental impact without sacrificing farm profitability.
Sustainability Action Team: Made up of corn producers and industry thought leaders and strategic partners, the goal is to define sustainability and support communication strategies related to Colorado corn producers and related supply chains. This work will also advise projects and research that focus on sustainable production methods.