This Year in Videos

Throughout this past year, CropLife America produced videos on notable issues including pollinator health, conservation, global agricultural policy and the evolution of modern farming. This year also marked CLA’s 80th anniversary – a chance to celebrate how far agriculture and the crop protection industry has come since 1933. CLA’s YouTube page is the place to go to re-visit videos from 2013 and beyond. For those who missed the 2013 National Policy Conference or launch of the CropLife Foundation report, “The Role of Seed Treatment in Modern U.S. Crop Production,” full recaps are accessible any time! For members of a National FFA chapter, don’t miss CLA interviews with some your fellow future leaders in agriculture.

Below is a selection of five popular CLA videos that cover a range of issue and were produced this year:

The Role of Conservation Agriculture: Progression at Work – Advancements in agriculture have helped farmers conserve land, water and energy while still providing food for more people on average each year.

CLA Visits the Farmers Market – CLA asks patrons at a D.C. farmers market about what is important to them when making decisions about their food.

The Great Progression of Modern Agriculture – An animated, chronological exploration of the evolution of agriculture from the 1930s to today.

The Science and Politics Behind Pollinators – What are the different factors that need to be considered in conversations and research surrounding pollinator health? Panelists from the 2013 CLA Annual Meeting discuss.

Regional Regulations, Global Impact – Speakers from the 2013 National Policy Conference address some of the impacts of agricultural policies that vary from country to country.

CLICK HERE to vote for your favorite CLA video of 2013!

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