Why Become a Member?
When you become a UnitedAg member, you join an association of more than 650 agriculture-affiliated organizations committed to ensuring a strong and healthy ag industry. Since 1980, UnitedAg has been dedicated to providing innovative solutions that meet our members' employee benefits needs, promote your interests with lawmakers, and help you comply with legislation and regulation. We do this so you can focus on what you do best - run your business or organization successfully!
UnitedAg membership strengthen's your role and voice in the ag community, and helps protect your business or organization's future. Whether through our outstanding employee benefits, education, advocacy, scholarship or other programs, our valuable networking opportunities, or our other member-focused offerings, we help our members achieve the best possible results. We also take pride in providing the highest levels of member service and support.
For our more than 650 members, it's about being "better together".
Knowledge is power and, at UnitedAg, we inform and educate our members about topics vital to strengthening and sustaining the ag industry. Through our various publications, email alerts, workshops, seminars, classes and webinars, we help our members advance their knowledge on key issues affecting the ag industry, such as the Affordable Care Act and immigration reform, so they can operate a profitable, efficient and compliant ag business.
UnitedAg provides numerous industry-focused events involving key agribusiness decision-makers that give members the opportunity to network, learn and build their businesses. Whether it’s our highly visible Annual Meeting, our information-packed CFO, HR and Health Benefits Forums, our fun-filled Annual Golf Tournament benefiting our Foundation, or our other events, UnitedAg provides the perfect venue to build new relationships, while strengthening existing ones.
UnitedAg has developed a unique one year leadership program that will focus on the needs of women in agriculture. Join the community of leaders from across the ag space who will provide professional training and resources from California Women Lead, the largest non-partisan association of women leaders.
Staying informed is one of the best things you can do for your business. UnitedAg delivers several publications aimed to keeping you fully up-to-date about our ever-changing industry.
Our Quarterly Newsletter - Benefiting You focuses on issues affecting ag, including professional topics, legislative developments, new technologies to improve your business, and updates on the ACA and health care. It also provides updates on upcoming and past events. With cutting-edge information and an easy-to-read format, our Quarterly is designed with our members’ success in mind.
State and federal legislation and policy affect your business. UnitedAg supports you and your interests at the state and federal levels by making sure that legislators and decision-makers are aware of your positions.
Since the creation of UnitedAg’s non-profit Benefit Trust health care plan in 1983, we have provided health benefits to over 700,000 individuals and paid over $380,000,000 in health, dental, vision, and life claims to participants. UABT has saved employers millions of dollars in benefit costs since the Trust’s inception. These savings, coupled with our emphasis on customer service, the ability to see any doctor, any time, and quality health care, have made this plan the premier health benefit coverage available in agribusiness today.
The Agribusiness Education Foundation (AEF) provides financial assistance to advance the educational goals of UnitedAg members, their employees and dependents, and their employees’ dependents. Through the Agricultural Education Foundation, we have awarded over $ 1 million in scholarship monies to students in need of funding for college.
The UnitedAg Internship program will integrate a student's university study with real work experience with one of our UnitedAg members. It's an opportunity for the student to take what he/she learns in the classroom and use it in the "real world." Students will graduate with work experience in their own field, giving them a head start on their career. The internship program will be made available in several regions starting Summer of 2017.