Join industry and business leaders working together to ensure the future of CALS and Arizona’s primary economy.
Ag 100 Council members are a group of dedicated supporters who advocate and generate financial support on behalf of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences. The Ag 100 Council was founded in 1986 when 100 members of Arizona’s top agribusiness industries joined forces to advocate for the advancement of shared interests. Today, Ag 100 continues to be an inclusive and diverse group of elite business leaders and has expanded its membership beyond agriculture to include new industries vital to Arizona’s bioeconomy. The Ag 100 Council, which includes up to 100 members, meets several times a year to workshop ideas, find solutions to vital issues, network and plan advocacy.
Why Join Ag 100?
The Council unites community, business and industry leaders who work together with CALS faculty, researchers and students toward a shared goal of addressing the critical issues facing agribusiness, health and wellness, economic and social issues in Arizona. The benefits of joining Ag 100 include:
- Networking with Arizona business and community leaders
- Getting an insider perspective from CALS VP and Dean on important issues
- Hearing speakers present their research, business outlooks and forecasts
- Participating in advocacy efforts with the Arizona legislature on industry-related issues
How to Join Ag 100
If you are interested in knowing more about this dynamic group, please complete the form at the link below. The $250 annual membership fee covers all meeting expenses including meals, and more importantly provides funds to support selected CALS endeavors. $150 is tax deductible. We will contact you with more information.
Have questions? Contact us at 520-621-7190.