Interested in sponsoring Foster Our Future 2020?

The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) is offering a variety of opportunities designed to showcase you as a leader working to solve the challenges facing the future of food and agriculture.

Interested in …

  • An exhibit, panel discussion or pop-up presentation?
  • Showcasing food and beverages?
  • Hosting a reception?
  • Visibility or recognition?
  • Customizing a unique sponsorship package?


Download for more information or contact Renee Bullion at 202-836-9955 or rbullion@foundationfar.org to Foster Our Future – cultivate.discover.grow.


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“We’re honored to be a part of this event and partner with FFAR to help advance broader adoption of regenerative farming practices in U.S. agriculture. Our partnership in advancing soil health science and practices has provided an important foundation for better adoption.”

Jerry Lynch
Chief Sustainability Officer, General Mills, Inc.

“The Sugar Association is proud to sponsor the inaugural Foster Our Future event. As the scientific voice of the U.S. sugar industry, we see important value in the program’s exploration of research, science, agriculture, and the challenges facing food. These efforts support our own continuous focus on transparent scientific research and sharing knowledge of sugar and the role it plays in a balanced diet.”

Courtney Gaine, PhD, RD
President and CEO, The Sugar Association

“Meridian Institute and AGree are pleased to sponsor FFAR’s inaugural Foster Our Future event. We see great potential in better harnessing agriculture data to reduce risk, improve farmer profitability, and conserve natural resources. FFAR’s efforts are in line with our work to break down barriers and work across issue areas to inspire transformative change in food and agriculture policy.”

Deborah Atwood
Executive Director of AGree

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The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization established by bipartisan congressional support in the 2014 Farm Bill, builds unique partnerships to support innovative and actionable science addressing today’s food and agriculture challenges. FFAR leverages public and private resources to increase the scientific and technological research, innovation, and partnerships critical to enhancing sustainable production of nutritious food for a growing global population. The FFAR Board of Directors is chaired by Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum and includes ex officio representation from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and National Science Foundation.