NC Soy Alliance

Policy and membership activities of the association are paid for with non-checkoff funds. No checkoff funds are utilized for policy activities.

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North Carolina Soybean Producers Association is now offering a new membership program:

NC Soy Alliance

Many decisions affecting your profitability and your freedom to operate are made by people who have never stepped foot on a farm. When policy and regulations that affect soybean farmers are being debated on Capitol Hill, the NC Soy Alliance will be there to protect your interests with the American Soybean Association.

The NC Soy Alliance is a voluntary membership program focused on policy and advocacy for the interest of the soybean farmer.  Membership in NC Soy Alliance is above and beyond the basic, no-cost membership offered by N.C. Soybean Producers Association to all N.C. soy growers.

Membership in the NC Soy Alliance automatically includes your complementary annual membership in the American Soybean Association (ASA) and all ASA member benefits. With our new membership program, you will now be receiving 2 memberships for the price of 1!

Beginning in October 2016, ASA memberships are available only through state affiliates like the NC Soy Alliance.
North Carolina growers who have unexpired and lifetime ASA memberships will receive equivalent credit towards NC Soy Alliance membership

COST

Individual Membership:

Annual membership in NCSA & ASA: $100

Farm Membership Discount:
We are now offering a Farm Membership Discount. If you have multiple individuals from your company who want to join the NC Soy Alliance, you now have an opportunity to save. The more people who sign up, the more you can save per person.

  • Number of members
  • standard

  • 1-2 members
  • 3-5 members
  • 6-9 members
  • 10 + members
  • Annual Cost Per Member
  • $100

  • $100 each
  • $90 each
  • $80 each
  • $70 each

**Those interested in the Farm Membership Discount, please contact NCSPA office at 1-800-839-5775 for forms or download the form in How To Sign Up.

BENEFITS

Besides belonging to two organizations – NCSA and ASA – that work for your interests in Washington, D.C., there are many other benefits to becoming a member of the NC Soy Alliance.

  • Policy representation in Raleigh and in Washington, D.C.
  • Allaince Alert: monthly e-mail update
  • Annual premium items
  • American Soybean Association member benefits
  • ASA weekly e-mail newsletter
  • Subscription to American Soybean Magazine
  • Preferred partner discounts on new Ford, Chrysler, and GM vehicles
  • 10% off Cabela’s Gift Cards
  • 20% off annual subscription to eLegacyConnect
  • 5% off True Harvest Farm Link benchmarking service
  • $5,000 College Scholarship Opportunity for children or grandchildren
  • Discounted registration to Commodity Classic

Find a full list of ASA’s member benefits HERE.

LEGISLATIVE & REGULATORY PRIORITIES

The NC Soy Alliance is the membership-based policy and advocacy arm of the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association, and the North Carolina affiliate of the American Soybean Association.  NCSA and ASA work together on farm legislative and regulatory issues. Along with our support for ASA, here are additional topics that we see as priorities.

  • Regulatory Agenda targeted at Farmers
  • Risk Management & Commodity Policy
  • Farm Bill
  • Federal Budget & Appropriations
  • Biodiesel
  • Trade Expansion
  • Biotechnology & Environment
  • Transportation & Infrastructure
  • Aquaculture & Sustainability

HOW TO SIGN UP

There are a couple of ways to become a member of the N.C. Soy Alliance. One way is to sign up online HERE, and at the top of the page, through ASA’s website and choose NC as the affiliate state.

The EASIEST way to signup is to download the attached membership form HERE and mail it back to the address provided. If you are signing up for the Farm Membership Discount, you SHOULD sign up through the attached form and mail it back to our office.

Interested in being an Alliance Recruiter? Find out all the details and rewards HERE.

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