What Is AgriGrowth?

Founded: 1968

Mission and Purpose

Advocating for Minnesota’s Agriculture and Food Sector

The Minnesota AgriGrowth Council is a nonprofit, nonpartisan member organization representing the agriculture and food systems industry.  Formed in 1968, AgriGrowth’s strategic approach to public policy advocacy, issues management and collaboration seeks to foster long-term sustainability, competitiveness, and business growth.

AgriGrowth also strives to serve as a convener and trusted information source, bringing together its members to address critical challenges and provide solution-oriented outcomes.  AgriGrowth’s industry-wide perspective is essential in a state where the agriculture and food sector is the second largest economic driver.

  Download our 2018 Annual Report

  Download our 2017 Annual Report

  Download our 2016 Annual Report

  Download our 2015 Annual Report

Members:

  • Over 170 companies, organizations, and individuals
  • For current list, visit our Members page

Structure:

  • Non-profit, non-partisan, member-based association
  • Elected board of directors

Three strategic priorities guide AgriGrowth’s work:

  1. Advocating for a positive business climate for Minnesota’s food systems & agriculture
  2. Building awareness, trust, and support for our sector with “key influencer” audiences
  3. Serving as a convener and thought leader on issues relevant to the future growth and prosperity of our sector.