Working together toward
a brighter future.
We're one of many groups with ambitious goals - growing enough food for a growing population, using resources more sustainably and overcoming the challenges nature throws our way. We know it’s a tall order, which is why we work with farmers, consumers, universities, government agencies and nonprofit organizations around the world. We believe that bringing diverse perspectives to the table is the most effective way to develop creative solutions.
Our partnerships with Conservation International, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative and the U.S. Agency for International Development demonstrate our belief in approaching global challenges holistically and working together to make a balanced plate accessible for everyone.
Nearly all of the foods in your grocery store start with a seed. We're eager to share information about how your food is grown and why it's grown the way it is, while also sharing how farmers are reducing the impact of agriculture on our planet.
We’re all in this together.
We strive to find collective solutions to help feed our planet while protecting the earth for generations to come. From our honey bee health initiative to partnerships that improve water and soil health, we're much more than a seed provider. And, while our mission is to help farmers grow more food sustainably, the safety of our products will always be a top priority.
Accessibility to a balanced meal.
A balanced meal should be within reach of everyone. And we're working with others on a broad range of solutions to contribute to making that a reality. Read on to learn more about our role in bringing a mix of vegetables, grains, protein and dairy to your plate.
More people. More mouths to feed.
Same amount of land.
Imagine a world with more than 9.6 billion people, all looking for nutritious, affordable food. By 2050, this world will be a reality. That’s why we’re committed to making more food while preserving the environment for generations to come.
What's new. What's relevant. What's important.