10 WomenAg Leaders are set to graduate from UnitedAg's WomenAg Leadership Academy

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WomenAg Leadership Academy Graduation, December 4th in Pismo Beach

10 Women Ag Leaders are set to graduate from UnitedAg’s WomenAg Leadership Academy

IRVINE, Calif., (AgPR) Nov. 17, 2017 – UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 700 organizations in California and Arizona, announced that it would hold its annual WomenAg Leadership Academy graduation at The Cliffs Resort in Pismo Beach on December 4th at 6:30 p.m. Fiona Ma, Board Member, Board of Equalization will be the special guest speaker, with Rachel Michelin, Executive Director & CEO of California Women Lead., and UnitedAg Board Members & Trustees in attendance.

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PRESS RELEASE: Best Selling Author Stephen Hayes to Keynote UnitedAg 38th Annual Conference, March 7-10 in Carlsbad

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Bestselling Author Stephen Hayes to Keynote UnitedAg 38th Annual Conference
More than 200 UnitedAg member representatives and other ag leaders are expected to attend the event at the Omni La Costa

IRVINE, Calif., (AgPR) Oct. 25 – UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 700 companies in California and Arizona, announced it will hold its 38th Annual Meeting & Conference March 7-10 at the Omni La Costa in Carlsbad, Calif. The 2018 conference “IGNITE” will bring together California’s top agribusiness leaders for three days of education and inspiration.

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UnitedAg Holds Fourth Annual Member Health Benefits Forums for Agribusiness Employers throughout the Central Valley and Coast of California

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UnitedAg Holds Fourth Annual Member Health Benefits Forums for Agribusiness Employers throughout the Central Valley and Coast of California

Creating a health plan from the patient outwards, UnitedAg shows its commitment to providing member centric, relationship based quality health care

Converge 2017, UnitedAg’s 4th Annual Health Benefits Forums were held in Fresno, Santa Maria, and Salinas, September 26 – 28. The program builds upon UnitedAg’s ethos by showcasing the nontraditional way UnitedAg creates the health plan from the patient outwards. The theme of ‘Converge’ emphasized UnitedAg’s commitment to focusing on the members and creating a culture of innovation through collaboration.

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Plant Sciences, Inc. Executive Daniel Nelson Joins UnitedAg Board of Directors

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IRVINE, Calif., July 19, 2017 – UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 650 organizations in California and Arizona, announced today that Daniel Nelson, Vice President & Chief Business Officer for Watsonville, Calif.-based Plant Sciences, Inc. (PSI), a global agricultural research and consulting company, has been elected to the association’s Board of Directors. He becomes the seventh agribusiness leader to currently serve on the UnitedAg Board.

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UnitedAg Adds Seven New Health & Wellness Clinics to its Growing Network Serving California Farmworker Families

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UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 650 organizations in California and Arizona, today announced it is adding seven new health and wellness clinics to its growing network that serves California farmworkers and their families. Through an agreement with Salinas-Calif.-based Pinnacle HealthCare that takes effect July 1, UnitedAg will extend beneficial services to thousands more of its eligible participants through Pinnacle-operated clinics in the agricultural communities of Freedom, Hollister, King City, Los Banos, Salinas (Blanco), Salinas (Rossi) and Soledad. Under most UnitedAg-sponsored benefit plans, many of the services are provided with zero copays or deductibles.

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UnitedAg Awards $17,500 to Twelve Students in Fresno County and Neighboring Counties

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Twelve students in Fresno County and neighboring Counties have received scholarship awards totaling $17,500. UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 59 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on immigration reform and how they believe it will impact the agricultural industry in California in the future.

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UnitedAg awards $14,500 to Eleven Students in Santa Barbara County and neighboring Counties

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Eleven students in Santa Barbara County and neighboring Counties have received scholarship awards totaling $14,500. UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 59 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on immigration reform and how they believe it will impact the agricultural industry in California in the future.

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UnitedAg Awards $19,500 to Five Students in Ventura and Neighboring Counties

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Five students in Ventura and neighboring counties have received scholarship awards totaling $19,500. UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 59 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on immigration reform and how they believe it will impact the agricultural industry in California in the future.

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UnitedAg Awards $52,000 to Monterey and Neighboring County Students

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Twenty-five students in Monterey and neighboring Counties have received scholarship awards totaling $52,000. UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 59 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on immigration reform and how they believe it will impact the agricultural industry in California in the future.

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UnitedAg Awards Record $117,000 in College Scholarships to 59 Deserving Students Statewide; Historical Awards Total Now Exceeds $1.3 Million

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UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 650 organizations in California and Arizona, announced today that it has awarded a record $117,000 in college scholarships to 58 children and one spouse from its member-affiliated agricultural families statewide. Provided through UnitedAg’s Agribusiness Education Foundation (AEF), the 2017 awards raise the organization’s historical scholarship total to over $1.3 million since AEF was founded in 2000. To date, 719 agricultural family members have received UnitedAg’s assistance in achieving their educational goals and aspirations. Previous UnitedAg scholarship winners have earned degrees and taken their place in management, government, market development and foreign trade, with many working in agribusiness.

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