The ‘hot topic’ themes that are most frequently addressed are about trade, subsidies, transportation, the environment, water supply, biotechnology, and alternatives to fossil fuel.

Colorado Corn is a member organization of the National Corn Growers Association, with its headquarters in Missouri and an office in Washington DC. The issues and initiatives that that governing body tackles are often particularly relevant to the agricultural state of Colorado. We weigh in on those far-ranging discussions in order to benefit our farmer constituency here.

We take our members’ points of view into context and represent them – fair and square at governing body sessions and directly with state and national government officials.

We call on all corn growers in the state to join us.

Become a CCGA Member Today

+ Help us Protect your interests in Colorado and Washington, DC.
+ Enact programs that will positively impact corn grind.
+ Help non-farmers understand who you are and what you do.
+ You’ll also become a member of the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA).
+ And so much more.


Your membership dues are just $95 a year and the funds go so far. We do outreach about corn to youth and adults in order to grow demand! And that’s not all: we undertake sophisticated research projects with CSU and various other ag partners to help you grow food, fuel and fiber at a profit while using fewer resources. Your membership dollars also support our ability to provide grants to organizations like the FFA and 4-H youth. When you join, you also become a member of the National Corn Growers Association.

For more info about becoming a member of the CCGA, click here.