After nearly a week of fun, education, and celebration, the Environmental Respect Awards Celebration Week ended with the delivering of the trophies and the naming of the Ambassadors of Respect honorees.
For the company’s hard work in the area of environmental stewardship, Valley Agronomics of Pocatello, ID, was named the Ambassador of Respect award winner for North America for 2019 by Corteva Agriscience.
Corteva's Chesapeake Farms served as a classroom for the honorees of the Environmental Respect Awards.
A long-standing tradition at the annual Environmental Respect Awards Celebration Week is a blue crab feast.
Day 2 of ERA Celebration Week was capped off with honorees enjoying a cruise along the Potomac River in Washington, DC.
On the second day of the 2019 Celebration Week, guests of program sponsor Corteva AgriScience gathered to discuss how the idea of agricultural stewardship has evolved and changed over the 29 years the program has been in existence.
The Environmental Respect Awards program kicked off Monday evening with the annual poster session.
Flying into Washington, DC, is always special. The capital of the U.S. features some of the finest monuments to the nation’s history and current branches of government at work. And for the past 29 years, Washington has been a regular part of the annual Environmental Respect Awards program, sponsored by Corteva AgriScience in partnership with […]
Representatives from 17 companies covering 12 countries and 5 continents have been invited to Washington D.C. to be honored for their commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability. These companies are participating in Celebration Week, the culmination of the Environmental Respect Awards program sponsored by Corteva Agriscience and presented by AgriBusiness Global and CropLife magazines.
Hector A Bertone SA was named an Ambassador of Respect for Latin America for the work the company has done in its community focusing on the environment and sustainability.